Looking For More: Texas instrumental act Abandon the Fall have our minds floating happily on ‘Satellites’

With a mellow energy which has you thinking of calmer days around the corner as you close off the taps of unhappiness, Abandon the Fall return gloriously with a truly stunning effort off ‘In Bloom‘ which makes you quickly brush off all previous worries with ‘Satellites‘.

Abandon the Fall is a Juan Espinoza-created, Houston, Texas-based indie music producer and rock/pop instrumental artist who makes that introspective type of music which takes you places you forgot existed.

You feel the arch of your back relaxing instantaneously the more you soak subtly into this experience –  as there is so much calm energy rays beaming such welcome signs and good vibes – throughout an instrumental single which is full of that pure pain-alleviating remedy, that no doctor can ever prescribe.

Satellites‘ from the Texas-based music producer and rock/pop solo artist Abandon the Fall, has your mind feeling so much more relaxed from all the stress that has been strewn viciously from this wild world we live in. This is the type of track to put on loud when you are feeling a bit low from all the sneeze-inducing pollution – and need to let your exhausted body and mind be transfixed – into something rather specially brewed with love, to take you away from anything bringing you down.

Hear this new single on Spotify and see more news via the IG music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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