Sugar Land, Texas-based artist Mark Winters, is described as one who infuses his signature sound with lively, soul-connecting guitar riffs and memorable lyrics to interpret life, uplift, encourage, and inspire and draws inspiration from John Mayer, Tom Petty, and Jason Mraz, has once again been acquired in our cot with his single “Positive People,” which was released on January 17th, 2022. Stay tuned as we elaborate on the piece.

“Positive People” is Mark’s fourth single from his eighth-track studio album, “Boundary Layer,” and it begins with classic swing beats flavored with beautiful percussion fills and electric guitar riffs that sound pleasant and appealing before his honey vocals kick in. “Positive People,” as the title implies, is a song full of positive feelings, with melodies that explode like fireworks and are filled with high‐performance harmonies and lovely instrumental merges.

Concerning the song, it is a tribute to those who make the world a better place. Mark Winters has characterized it as a particular thank you to every one of his friends and family that support him and others around them to make the world a better place. “Positive People” is just a love song, and the overall feel is rather upbeat, brightening up listeners’ emotions in no hurry. Also, the song is a delicate, enthusiastic tune that elicits strong emotions before evolving into lively and astounding musicianship.

Mark has provided an incredible performance throughout the songs and is absolutely an artist I will add to my playlist. “Positive People” incorporates rock and pop tastes into a confluence gushing with irresistible melodies, making the music and vocals shine with an addicting exuberance. The rhythm is firm and catchy overall, and Mark Winters has an intriguing vocal tone.

Listen to “Positive People” by Mark Winters on Spotify and let us know your thoughts. Cheers!

Notable Lyrics
Pos-a-tive Peop-le, bring the sunshine –
Posi-a-tive People, help me unwind
Make my world shine, Shine all the time
Your love is divine

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