"For The Coast" - The Satellite Station | Review

Serene sunshine fills your senses as you listen to “For The Coast” by The Satellite Station— a downtempo indie folk song about moving forward and finding a place that feels like home.



There’s lots of water imagery at work in these lyrics, starting with the first line, which places the listener on the coast. The fluid melody and twinkling acoustic guitar conjures mental images of flowing, rushing water— be it waves of the ocean or the current of a bustling river; perfectly capturing the feeling of peace sitting by the water- the connection to everything around you. It’s inspiring, quiet, and soft. It’s all carried by a gentle piano; my favorite part being how you can tell how delicately the keys were played, with dancing fingers softly and carefully caressing the notes.


This song is quiet and calming enough to ignite a small spark in you to move on and go forward. It’s like a soft whisper of encouragement in your ear, perfect for when you need the motivation and confidence to bring your dreams to fruition.


The Satellite Station is the passion project of Travis Rue, who sets out to create stories with his music. Through haunting melodies and thought-provoking lyrics, his listeners are truly in for a journey of self-exploration and reflection. His debut album, “What Are We All Searching For,” was released last year, and he continues to release more singles as he works towards the next.



Written by Jess Ward


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