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"Feel It In My Bones" - Fred Wave |Review

Fred Waves' latest single, "Feel It In My Bones," is a captivating summer anthem that effortlessly captures the journey of introspection and personal growth. The song eloquently portrays the process of reflecting on past mistakes and ultimately realizing that one's identity is not defined by those missteps, but rather by the ability to take charge of one's own life.



The playful production of the track instantly mesmerizes listeners, creating a perfect backdrop for the song's compelling narrative. It's fascinating to learn that "Feel It In My Bones" originated as a recording on an old MacBook in 2019, undergoing a remarkable transformation through various iterations while working in three different countries. This evolution speaks to the dedication and artistic vision behind the song, showcasing Fred Waves' commitment to honing his craft.


A standout element of the track is the exceptional guitar solo, which adds a relaxed and infectious vibe that entices the listener. Additionally, the masterful contributions of a diverse ensemble of musicians and collaborators enhance the song's unique sound. From Dutch musician Bo Keijmel to German and Serbian guitarists Hendrick Görsch and Filip Jankovic, Italian drummer Giorgio Murer, and German key player Max Glass, the international team behind "Feel It In My Bones" skillfully merge their talents, resulting in a truly captivating musical experience.


Fred Waves' presence in the live music scenes of Sweden, Berlin, and Florida has undoubtedly influenced his distinctive sound. As he prepares to unveil the music he has been diligently working on since 2019, Fred Waves plans to release a plethora of new tracks under his indie rock project. Alongside his upcoming releases, he has set his sights on touring Sweden and Germany, treating audiences heartfelt lyrics and captivating guitar solos. Without a doubt, Fred Waves is an artist to watch as he continues to make his mark in the music industry.



Written by Laurel Ayuyao


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