This classic 1990’s-sounding ballad, Lie, is a melancholy rock anthem with heavy guitar and drums backing strong and gravelly vocals.
With powerful guitar solos and a hard rock bridge, Blue Moon Harem‘s song reminds me of string-heavy ’90s bands such as Nickleback and Soundgarden.
The vocalist has a husky voice, that reminds me of Collective Soul‘s vocalist Ed Roland in their song The World We Know. Blue Moon Harem‘s vocals are emotionally-charged and compliment the band’s rock genre well.
This Boston-based band has a high production value, and their songs are certainly enjoyable to listen to.
I imagine Lie is the kind of song I would play in the car on the way to a concert or high-energy music festival – you can hear the band are genuinely putting their all into their performance, and it’s contagious!