‘Getchy Go’, the latest release from Henry And The Waiter, a piece of music which at the start is rather rhythmically confusing, but turns into a bouncy pop anthem.
I have to admit, when I pressed play on this track the first thing I noticed was the insane tonality in the vocalists voice. There’s almost a bit of a resemblance to Adam Levine of Maroon 5. A vocalist I regard as having one of my favourite voices in pop music.
Perfect pop sensibilities have been incorporated to make this song what it is. The musicians behind this piece seem to have a sublime understanding of exactly how to build a track in the perfect way for certain sections.
One thing I will say is, although the build into the chorus is clear and precise. I don’t feel the chorus really hits the heights it should. It’s brilliantly catchy but it just feels like it drops off dynamically where I’m expecting to it to drive up a little higher.
Henry And The Waiter are a band certain to prick your ears up, I feel they have all the musical ability and knowledge to really carry themselves quite far. Along with a repertoire of rather catchy songs. In this case I do just feel that one minor detail is what let’s the song down.
Written by Simon Stirzaker