You know they will stay the same no matter what. Your love goes so deep and it won’t go away in your heart. In your mind this is the ideal partner and things can’t get better than this.
This is a new song from Joel Bernstein & Oscar called ”Just the Way You Are” and it’s a chilled ride of love throughout. The world watches on as these two delve into a love story and want to be together with their dream partners. The vocals are strong and the background is very romantic. You get the feeling that true love will eventually come even if now might not be the right time.
A sold effort from Joel Bernstein & Oscar here and these two singers impress well on ”Just the Way You Are”. This is a love song from the get go and many candles will be burnt after listening to this. R&B comes easy to these two and it will be interesting to see how these two singers mature over time.
Stream this new music right here on Spotify.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen
Pat Kiloran grew up in a white, middle-class suburb of Minneapolis, MN. He cut the yard. He played N64. And he took piano lessons like every other kid on the block. His instructor constantly told him, “You are one of my most talented students, but you never practice your pieces.” So, Pat quit.
Songwriting quickly became the means and end of Pat’s music. “I didn’t want to play other people’s songs anymore. I wanted to say what I wanted and make people feel how I felt.” Whether through crashing drums, unprecedented guitars, or convicting lyrics, Pat’s goal was to make people feel something. But not just anything. Something real.
After moving around the country for a couple years, from Los Angeles to Toronto, Pat and his newlywed wife settled in Nashville, TN. He released his first solo EP, Mess EP, in February of 2015, but over time felt that the music of that release did not quite evoke what he was hoping for. He moved on and up.
Pat’s new EP, I Know Everything That You’ve Done, is a concept record. Although short, Pat’s hope for this album, through shimmering guitars, popping drums, and stacked vocals, is to show one thing: hopelessness is in. Affairs, exploitation of women, addiction, narcissism; all these things are part of our society, and they are normal. In the deep city and in the lofty suburbs. It’s trendy. It’s in.
“These new songs are not written from a high horse. They aren’t written from a separate seat. They are written with me as the subject. I am hopeless. I am a mess. I really know everything you’ve done. Because it’s me. And I want you to see how hopeless this hopelessness is. And know that there is a Hope that dispels it.”