Indie Band Guru: Trevor Drury Takes a Trip to the Water
Trevor Drury brings a well-rounded presentation to bear in everything he does that’s undoubtedly shaped by his concurrent career as a model. Trevor Drury understands self-promotion and part of that equation involves presenting yourself and works in the best possible light for an audience you know quite well. There’s a surprising amount of spiritual influence in the arrangement and lyrical content, but not the variety that comes off as preachy or an otherwise ham fisted tribute to an ill fitting style. He hits that feeling the same way he hits his other benchmarks in the song — with genuine subtlety and artistry alike.
This is top shelf, atmospheric pop with substantive songwriting values and a true presence in its primary performer. Trevor Drury’s “Trip to the Water” has everything that makes great pop so memorable, but it has that something extra that pushes it over the top and reminds us what true impact music can make.
The orchestral quality that gradually comes to full life in the song is weighty and never histrionic. Drury and the creative talents around him build this song from a delicate, gossamer like opening into something much grander with dramatically measured patience that brings listeners along for quite a ride... READ MORE