Steven Young - 'Bad Ideas In The Amazon'

An outstanding showcase of musical artistry, this song pulls you into its bright and powerful performance. The impressive instrumental rendition gives an insight into how exceptional the composition of this song is. Guitars are beautifully scattered over the spectrum with variable tones and hard-hitting riffs. A warm and strongly established bass gives a boost to the punchy and snappy dynamics besides the drums. The tight kick and snare with their impact bring out the intensity of the rhythm. Radiant overheads are also blended with poly synth pads adding more layers of melodic and harmonic characteristics.

Overall, the great music, and the vocals of Steven Young retain their shine throughout the song. Voice has an unmatched quality, delivered in a style that undoubtedly becomes the core identity of this track. Along with the thoughtful lyricism, the retro touch of time-based effects like reverbs and delays contribute to the flow and feel of the track making this song sound phenomenal.

Definitely listen to 'Bad Ideas In The Amazon' by Steven Young which will be released on 11th August 2022, on popular streaming platforms. Stay tuned!

About Steven Young:

"Glaswegian songwriter Steven Young releases his sixth solo single, Bad Ideas In The Amazon, on 11th Aug 2022. 

Following the acclaim of Delirious World (Feb 2022), listeners are presented with a different taste of Steven’s evolving sonic signature. His regular lineup remains familiar, again joined by producer Chris Marshall (Gerry Cinnamon, Baby Strange).

Steven is an accomplished musician and songwriter, with his band The Imagineers appearing on The Late Late Show (CBS) with Craig Ferguson in 2012. He has received positive reviews from publications including The Scotsman, The Skinny, The Daily Record and The Evening Times.

To build on a hugely successful single launch show at King Tut's in February, a slot at Vibration Festival (Falkirk) on Sunday 4th Sept is already in the diary but expect Steven to unveil more live performance dates in the very near future."