Lethia’s Natorium, influenced by Siouxsie and the Banshees, Toyah, Blondie, No Doubt, Skunk Anansie, and The Smiths, is a United Kingdom-based band made up of musicians whose line-up regularly varies depending on their availability, and is fronted by Pena, a singer, and composer. The band’s third single, “Here We Go,” was released on July 29th of this year.
“Here We Go” is a 2:37-second composition with powerful guitars and a tremendous vocal delivery that adds novelty and sparkle to the flowing and engaging track. The drumming demonstration is a major lesson in the song, with the sticks rolling well around the piece and it seems to work for me. “Here We Go” is one of those songs that will have you thumping your head hard the entire time as it is ecstatically enchanting. It provides a crazy yet complementary element to the tune.
When it comes to the song itself, the introduction begins with Pena’s vocals, which set the tone for a more enjoyable listening experience. It’s a positive song with a catchy tune. The song, written after a day at a theme park, depicts the exhilaration of riding one of the numerous high-adrenaline attractions. You’re never too old to enjoy the thrills of theme parks, with inspirations from Siouxsie and the Banshees’ rendition of the Beatles’ song “Helter Skelter” creating the backbone in terms of the song’s speed and tone.
With Pena’s catchy lyrics and her vocals that are extremely natural and seem joyful, the song becomes well-balanced and not overdriven. The production is excellent, and Pena’s great performance and lyrics bring it to life. Overall, “Here We Go” is different and creative, and I believe it has significant commercial viability.
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