Rusty Shipp | Breaking Waves

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Breaking Waves

by Rusty Shipp

Breaking Waves sounds like Nirvana trying to play a Beach Boys song right after hearing Dark Side Of The Moon.
Genre: Rock: Grunge
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Breaking Waves is the catchiest song we’ve ever made and holds its own to grunge pop ancestors like Nirvana and Foo Fighters. Every single second drips with infectious melodies, from the blast of the opening grunge riff, to the dark, surf sound of the verse, to the Beatlesque melodies in the chorus, and a rock-your-face-off guitar solo to boot. This song won’t just hook the listener, it’ll harpoon ‘em!

This song describes the battle between technology and nature in a tortoise-and-the-hare-like metaphor where mankind’s mightiest technology won’t stand a chance in the long run against the simple, steady erosion of the ocean’s immortal waves (ie, nature) breaking it down. I think that’s for the best, and humanity is better off not waiting for centuries of erosion before it’s returned to what’s immaterial and most important, ie, its soul.

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