Canadian Trio MUTE CHOIR Stimulates With New Sparky Single ‘SHADOWBOXING’…

New sonic impulses

18 January 2020

(pic: Kate Dockeray Photography)

Band: MUTE CHOIR – Toronto, Canada

Who: “Producer/songwriter Sam Arion founded Mute Choir as a response to an identity crisis. He is joined by fellow musical polymaths Milan Sarkadi and Iris Waters. Loosely defining their style as “Organized Chaos”, Mute Choir is as much the sound of a cluttered downtown as it is the lonesome ambience of insomnia. The group seeks to make sense of the noise around them, searching for a middle ground between conflicting forces.

Track: SHADOWBOXING – a song about the fact “you can never know for sure if life will
turn out the way you hope when you go with your gut instinct. There is always a possibility for failure, and fear of failure can be overwhelming enough to drive you to the wrong kinds of compromises.”

Score: Despite the song’s mixed emotions this high-spirited humdinger swings from start to finish with a funky twist and gets completely exuberant when the zippy and stimulant sing-along chorus kicks in. This vocally sonorous and trippy tune sounds like an invitation to dance your sorrows away. An invitation to never look back with regret and anger. The band’s motto is “It’s better to fail doing what you love than to know you never tried.“. Think about it while ‘Shadowboxing‘ pops out of your speakers.

Tune in and feel the lively vibe…

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