Pop-rock artist, Jane Honor, has just released her newest single, “There Won’t Be Any Music” that will have you subtly rocking from side to side with its charming melody. Relationships can be an alluring rollercoaster, especially when it involves drugs and addiction. “I was thinking about how it is so nice to be with someone you can write with and jam out with. It’s basically saying that some days drugs and this person’s addiction would overcloud the relationship to the point where we couldn’t even play music together,” states Jane Honor.
Jane Honor not only brings light to the bright side of being in a relationship with someone fond of the same thing you’re passionate about, but also the dark and twisty not-so-happy side of it as well. Playfully mixing cheerful beats with strong and declaring lyrics makes this song heavily relatable, and after playing it two or three times, you’ll have the catchy lyrics stuck in the back of your mind. Combining modern pop-rock with timeless influences from Fleetwood Mac and Regina Spektor, Honor creates an expansive dynamic and the tambourine strokes that build the perfect rhythm and vibe of the song.
The song, which Honor herself wrote but mixed and mastered by Jed Elliott, blends playful up-tone beats with statement lyrics. A raw and emotional anthem telling the story of a failed relationship is a reminder that no relationship is perfect. Sometimes things don’t work out because of stuff that’s out of our control.
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