Greennaley’s “Losing Time (Ft. Plexxaglass)” is a whirlwind ride through pop, electronica, and dance
Greennaley - Losing Time (Ft. Plexxaglass)
Greennaley’s “Losing Time (Ft. Plexxaglass)” is a whirlwind ride through pop, electronica, and dance doing each genre great justice. M83 serves as an essential influence, for, like them, they have an uncanny ability to go for a huge symphonic rush. Volume is not even a must in this situation it is a given. Patience is of the essence for with the extended time they have to work with they pack a lot into the sound. From the quiet rumblings of the beginning to the soaring, almost post-rock finale, there is a whole lot to take in and explore.
Her voice starts things off with majesty. By allowing her to start things up there is an intimacy to be found there, one that feels soulful in a way. Distinct elements emerge throughout the whole of the track. Small yet significant changes are pushed forward, allowing the entirety of the work to slowly bloom. Lyrics are chosen with care making sure that they are able to neatly ride the rest of the sound. Atmospheric elements further give it a digital shoegaze aspect for it washes over everything. Done with dignity the track becomes larger and larger. Reiterations on the theme make it into a sheer force of nature as the song progresses. For the final rush to the finish, it sweeps everything up into a dense wall of sound one that stuns the very senses.
“Losing Time (Ft. Plexxaglass)” shows off Greennaley’s uncanny ability to craft a world that feels so immersive.