Dallas alternative rock trio Quiet, Please have been busy behind the scenes. Today (after ridiculous amounts of hype..) Kevin, Brice and Dom revealed something they’ve been working on: A remake of “Note”, from their An Attempt At Finding Myself EP.
While announcing “Note”, Kevin shared that they had so much more to offer.
The new Note. As much as we loved the old version, we had so much more to offer with this song. Now it's complete || https://t.co/OpZE8nbqcC
— kevdude (@KevinMcminimy) August 11, 2017
Having listened to it, I have to agree.
“Note” starts out with the same jaunty piano and Brice’s semi-spoken expressive vocals. But at the 30 second mark is where ‘new “Note”‘ goes beyond the original.
Where there was simply an instrumental section, we are faced with a semi-psychadelic and bass groove shift into a new lyric that is so damn catchy, it’ll be firmly embedded after one listen.
“I have to fight what’s in my head
Defeat the parts that want me dead
So I can breathe again”
The new lyric proudly wears the hat of being a chorus in what was a chorus-less song. It works and I’m hooked, no question.
New “Note” plays more with echo effects and synth giving a multi-dimensional vibe to what’s being shared, capturing losing oneself to dark thoughts.
The closing (previous) instrumental section has also given Brice room to vent a fire-filled raging of the same lyric from “Note”.
Go listen, it’s so good.