Friends from Church is a one-man show owned and driven by the extraordinarily talented Paul Rivard who transforms life experiences into splendid rock tunes with the near-mystic appeal. He is based out of Ontario and has been making a name for himself in the vast music industry from his basement studio ever since he realized that music was indeed where his heart lay.
Coming through with tracks such as “Handmade Son”, “The Line is Set” and “Old World Revolts in Death Club Sing-along”, he ensured that the red euphonious carpet was well laid down for him and capitalizing on his artistic ingenuity and fresh skills, he has been able to create a safe haven that is brimming with aesthetic rock tunes flavored with dazzling instrumentations and paying homage to alternative rocks in their own striking ways.
“Handmade Son” is an exceptional rock melody that is sparkling with bold and potent splendor as Friends from Church manages to weave a colorful tapestry of sound on this track with the danceable moderate tempo embellished by the mesmeric guitars, swirling organ, slamming rock drums and decorative and deep bass rhythms to set the stage impeccably for Paul’s powerful and stirring vocal performance.
This is an extremely excellent produced track with great tonal balance and the addictive fantastic guitar tones, both on the tremolo arpeggiated rhythm track and the clean leads. The drums are punchy and crisply layered cutting right through with tremendous clarity and authority. The organs and bass sit exceptionally well in the mix and do astoundingly well to fill out the sound.
The music video is another masterpiece showcase with the raw depiction of the stunningly innovative animation cinematography drawing in the energy and impeccably displaying what “Handmade Son” is all about. It will have your attention captured right from the intro to the outro as you marvel at such genuine brilliance! To watch the music video, simply follow the attached link, subscribe to Friends from Church YouTube channel, watch the video, like it, leave a comment and share it with diverse indie music lovers!
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