Little Wretches features a spacious grandeur on the soulful “Running (Was the only thing to Do)”. They opt for a big band spirit for the song seemingly stretches out to the heavens. Guitars intermingle for theirs is a vast tapestry of sound. Lots of colors gets incorporated into the mix for it swirls about in a joyous fashion. By allowing all of this to come together the communal quality feels warm, welcoming, and teeming with life. Verses get balanced with perfection for the word choice adds to its loveliness.
The song starts off on a high note, for Rosa Colucci’s voice immediately comes into focus. Buildup of the sound works wonders for there is a distinct 90s alt rock vibe to all of it. Everything within it gets woven together in a way that has a gorgeousness to it. All of it has a crystal clarity. Focus on the acoustic mostly ensures that the track maintains a degree of pastoral beauty about it. Done with a degree of care and compassion to it the song unfurls at its own pace. Over the course of the piece they let the sound grow and grow. For the finale the crescendo effect works as a cathartic release, one that releases all the tension that came before it.
“Running (Was the only thing to Do)” shows off the impressive vocal chops of Little Wretches’ Rosa Colucci, for the work has such strength to it.
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