The cynically approaching musicians around Billy Zach follow suit. "A City In The Warm Rain" tells of a love-hate relationship. A city that has already had one or two plastic surgery operations and is constantly threatening to fall apart. A city where it rains a lot. A city in which you shouldn't actually feel comfortable at all, but you do anyway.
Musically the song starts enthusiastically. Afterwards Billy Zach's monotonous concept follows: A driving rhythm runs through the song and somehow reminds of a rain dance. The build-up to the climax is savoured to the full and finally ends in an aggressive storm.
"There is nothin romantic about shit weather" provides the lyrical content. And yet: At the end the impression changes. Conciliatory the warm rain is finally accepted: "I kind of feel at ease".
With "A City In The Warm Rain", the first single from upcoming new album “Struggle On” (2021), Billy Zach presents a logical continuation of the previous work "Shallow" (2019) and a characteristic foretast of the upcoming album.
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