A.M.R's beautiful, immersive soundscapes, including the recent single "Sailor's Cry," have profoundly touched our global community in recent years. "Light-Years From Here," the second single from A.M.R's forthcoming debut artist album, follows in this tradition and calls to mind his classic "Flight," with respect to its exceedingly moving melodic textures and chilled breakbeat groove. The song begins with an extended orchestral section (an A.M.R signature), as shimmering stars slowly come into focus. At the quarter turn, the song's captivating, central piano theme first emerges, soon to be joined by a haunting falsetto motif. Just before the song's midpoint, mellow breaks release the tension of the opening string-backed buildup. In the song's final act, the listener witnesses a celestial event of some kind, as a variety of delicate, mellifluous synths dot the soundscape.
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Night Drive by Timecop1983 was one of the first synthwave album I ever heard. At that time, I didn't know that it would become one of my favored synthpop albums of all time. I like the alternation between vocal and instrumental tracks. It gives you time to breath and prepares you for the next one. Of all the vocalists taking part in this project, I do have to admit in only knowing The Midnight, but all the other signers sound like they would be a blast to listen to in my spare time. 𝐌𝐢𝐧-𝐒𝐮𝐫𝐯/𝐑𝐚𝐭𝐞