“Symphony Of Sound” by Echo Coast

Brighten up your day and turn that frown upside down with “Symphony of Sound” by the United Kingdom’s own Echo Coast. Some may be wondering the meaning behind “Symphony of Sound,” but Echo Coast encourages listeners to interpret it in their own way — I’ll give mine in a little bit.

In case you’re wondering (which you probably are), the lead vocals you hear in the track belong to singer-songwriter James Hobbs whose voice sounds similar to John Mayer’s, in my opinion.

Hobbs did an excellent job of spreading joy and positivity in his latest single with inspirational lyrics and a sound brighter than the sun stemming from the lively instrumentals and harmonies. You can tell that Hobb’s heart was in the right place when working on this track and that his purpose was one thing — to inspire.

“It’s not about the destination; it’s all about the inspiration,” Echo Coast said.
As for the meaning behind the song, again, you can interpret it any way you want, but I firmly believe Hobbs encourages us to embrace our uniqueness and differences.

Every instrument in an orchestra or band has its own unique sound that contributes perfectly to the song to make it sound beautiful. If every instrument was the same, the song would sound lame and dull. The same would go for this world. If we were all the same, we wouldn’t be this colorful as we are now. Embracing our uniqueness means one beautiful song.

Echo Coast is a true artist and genius for creating this record, and I look forward to his work in the future.

Written by Taylor Berry

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