Coming from the great city of Los Angeles in California comes five piece band, Black Mail House. The band consist of songwriter and arranger, Patrick Windsor, bassist Alex Windsor, keyboardist and vocalist Thomas Dalesandro, guitarist Dan Schiz, and drummer Carl Marrelli. According to the group, the band frequently uses dark lyrical themes paired with songs paying homage to the sunshine pop of the 1960s and “Since You Let Me Down” is proof of that.
“Since You Let Me Down” is a single off the recently released album “Catacombs”, the band recorded at The Bunker in Los Angeles with Jason Schimmel. The final mix and mastering were done by Charles Macak in Downers Grove, IL. The album’s trumpet, trombone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, flute, clarinet, french horn, tuba, oboe, english horn, violin, viola, and cello were all recorded remotely in various home studios across the country.
“Since You Let Me Down” starts off with a classic slow intro and sad lyrics to instantly get you hooked. Patricks lyrics and voice will have you melting in your chair, the band all blends perfectly together. When you listen to “Since You Let Me Down” you are going to quickly find their album “Catacombs” so you can play it, they are going to leave you wanting more.
“Since You Let Me Down” is the song that’ll get you out of your head and out of your feelings but there is a strong possibility it’ll put you in your feelings. This is a thought and emotion provoking song that you won’t be able to get enough of.
Written by Jaye Maverick
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