I just wanted to start this post by saying thank you. Thank you for reading, thank you for listening, thank you for taking the time out of your day to be a part of what is EMPT. After all, this is music for all. That’s why we’re different, we’re not a blog that just exists with no following — we love you guys and from the looks of it, you guys love us, too. High fives all around.
Milky Chance’s seductive voice woos an unsuspecting audience into a groove that is hard to miss. I’ve listened to this song almost every time I’ve taken the subway in the past week. It’s super fun and “soundtrack-to-my-thoughts” material. Do you guys think about that? I think about it way too often. I’ve probably said it before, especially when the weather gets warmer, I tend to get all nostalgic about songs that work well with my thoughts. Fleetwood Mac is a good one. If I created more music, real music, I think I’d be stoked about a couple of things but primarily, the fact that people could use my tunes in conjunction with their thoughts. I don’t know why that excites me so much. Probably because our thoughts are the most private ideas that we have. Think about that for a second — everything you’ve ever thought of, has never truly been translated exactly as you’ve wanted it in real life. It comes out in a way that sounds right, or makes sense, but the truth is that your thoughts don’t always make sense. There’s something incredible about music that works with such a mysterious and powerful force.
Anyways, I’d never heard of Milky Chance before this Stolen Dance but I was pleased to discover this new talent from Germany. So far all that I’ve heard from him has been lovely, and I am sure you’ll feel the same way about this song.