As a follow-up to his widely successful releases, “Wow” and “Here’s To Us”, Larry Jay offers us “Killer Song.” A
track rich with metaphor and imagery, “Killer Song” portrays a troubled heart-aching character looking to
overcome the many obstacles which abound him, by trusting in the power of a “Killer Song”. It has been
proven many times over that a great song can lift a person out of dilemma and guide them to finding their
path, here Larry jay uses the metaphor of the weeds which grow around us that need to be pulled; “To
kill these kind of weeds, I need a song, I put my headphones on, and then gone, I play it loud, and belt it
out. Every time I need something strong, I play a song, a killer song.”
Armed with his acoustic guitar and rhythm backing tracks, Larry Jay helps us cut through the weeds of our own lives with poise and coolness. “Killer Song” is just that, cool. A cool song to play whenever you are down, or whenever you are in a mood to jam with your friends, “Killer Song” just puts the listener in a state where things are going to be alright. With crisp detail given throughout the mixing phase of this track, the guitar rings though clearly allowing
the listener to pick up on all the subtle nuances of Larry Jay’s playing while the vocals are laid out perfectly over the rhythm, leaving plenty of headroom to crank this one up past eleven. An excellent addition to any country radio playlist, as well as pop and adult contemporary. “Killer Song” may seem like a quick ditty but with multiple listens, audiences realize there is more to Larry Jay, and are eagerly awaiting an album release with this track.
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