GREYE – Windows (Review & Stream)
If Rilo Kiley’s Jenny Lewis was the lead singer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, you’d find yourself listening to GREYE.
This band hailing from Daytona Beach, Florida’s debut single “Windows”, is an instant hit with replay value. It comes complete with a funky bass line by bassist Joshua Reid, Jett Wolfe’s smooth guitar strumming, Ray Grimard on the drums providing a beat to jam to, all pulled in together beautifully by Hannah Summer’s incredibly bona fide vocals.
This song stays with you for sure. With “Windows,” GREYE created a vibe that makes you feel like you’re taking a purposeful stroll down Americana Drive in combat boots and ripped jean shorts. I would expect to hear this song in a local dive bar anywhere in the U.S, and see people finding themselves both jamming and tapping their feet to it.
You can hear the earnestness in the vocals, making Hannah Summers’ voice now one that pleasantly replays in my mind!
2 thoughts on “GREYE – Windows (Review & Stream)”
Thank you for the great review… it is Jett Wolfe’s smooth guitar strumming.
Ah! My sincere apologies for the mixup I went ahead and made the change. Thank you guys for the tunes, I thourougly enjoy your music!