Chris Caulfield, a Toronto-based musician, introduced another ethereal masterpiece named “Walls Come Down” to his catalog on September 2nd of this year. The music combines immaculate trap beats with intense, 2000s emo-rock sensibilities, reminiscent of artists such as Machine Gun Kelly and Iann Dior. Stella Gray who happens to be his wife contributed stunning vocals for Chris’s gorgeous new tune.
“Walls Come Down” opens with amazing piano melodies that are interesting and catchy, setting the tone for the song before the sensual vocals delivered with flair by Chris Caulfield and Stella Gray kick in. The song features a groovy bass line and a steady beat with synthesizers that is highly soothing to the ear and of the greatest quality. This song’s instrumentation takes your breath away with its gorgeous tone and blistering orchestration.
In keeping with the concept of “Walls Come Down,” the style and tone of Chris’ storytelling translated into songs are on the rise as he establishes himself as an artist. The lyrics deal with the toughest moments in his life, culminating last year when his wife and he were in a difficult position and the song was composed on a particular night they both recall well, almost “conversationally,” about their thoughts and feelings.
“I can remember my wife repeatedly commenting how this wasn’t real, this wasn’t me, nothing was making sense, and in retrospect, I of course agree, and it’s part of what made this such an awful stretch, that feeling of not being able to really connect with where you were mentally, emotionally in a moment,” Caulfield reflects.
“Walls Come Down” is a compelling smooth tune that will keep listeners rolling. The vocals, composition, structure, and instrumentation on the song are all excellent, and Chris raises the bar with wonderful passion and brilliant playing and songwriting with meaningful and interesting lyrics. “Walls Come Down” is catchy, and its exquisite music will undoubtedly propel it to the top of the charts.
All I can commit to is a plan I don’t get
I know it’ll take a lifetime for us all to forget
With all, that’s on fire
It’s time for me to burn
I want you to fucking hate me
So I don’t see you hurt
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