BC alt-indie group, The Hillties, are back with their new pop-influenced single “Feel It.” Produced by Ben Kaplan at Hipposonic Studios in Vancouver, the track was inspired by the turmoil of the COVID pandemic and the band’s love of their community and surroundings in Nelson, BC.
“This song was written in a world of change and challenge, where we realize that love and loss drive our creative process,” says guitarist/vocalist Craig Beauchamp. “And that by using our personal experience as a template, we can explore the emotional landscape of the human experience.”
The Hillties’ new single “Feel It” will be available on February 24th on Spotify, Apple Music/iTunes, and other digital retailers and streaming services worldwide.
“Feel It” starts with an unhurried tempo, gradually building as they enter the pop-driven chorus, which will have you up and moving to the beat.
The relatable lyrics focus on the changes and challenges we’ve endured during these last few years and the impact that these changes have had on artists. The vocals on the track are clear and emotive throughout, perfectly fusing with the building instrumentation.
Lyrics, “Stay here forever, This moment never ends, We’re in this together, Now we found each other’s love,” evokes a longing that I’m sure we have all felt in one way or another.
“Feel It” is a stellar example of The Hillties’ ability to craft memorable, emotionally-charged alt-indie tracks that resonate with listeners, as we saw with their previous single, “Midnight Calling.”
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