Leandro Bremer isn’t vanilla or chocolate; he is a blend of tasty musical flavors. He stretches the boundaries of rock music in the best way he knows how by ingeniously tapping into the golden age of rock music and delivering it with the twist of today. As a rock enthusiast venturing into the world of this sonic phenomenon, in the veins of influences like Elton John, Metallica, and Guns N’ Roses, he weaves their legendary influences with his own unique twist in order to create something uniquely his. Coming through the ranks, he has been an unrelenting student of the genre, dedicated to refining his skills and sound. His overarching ambition is to not only craft mesmerizing tracks but to ignite passion in fellow music enthusiasts.
His latest jam, “Miss You So (Remastered)” came to him almost like a revelation as he was walking around the house and started singing “Opening the door to my room” out of the blue. Leveraging on this creative state, he immediately grabbed the guitar, and his thoughts started flowing like water.
He brings an emotive delivery, and his impeccable flows underscore the weight of the lyrics inspired by the inescapably sad reality emanating from the end of a relationship. He’s got that expressive voice that is ideal for the genre, and he really knows how to paint pictures and provoke thoughts with his polished delivery.
The guitar picking here is impeccable, authenticating an incredible soundscape brimming with melody and bursting with virtuosic guitar technique. The bass, drums, and synths add to the sonic depth and crystal-clear polish. The backing choir-like female harmonies also add flair and glamour to the arrangement!
A breath of fresh air, “Miss You So (Remastered)” would fit in any playlist catering to pop rock, glam rock, and rock overall.
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