Lyrics of Two is an indie/folk/pop band from California with a unique style. They have been the #1 band in Los Angeles Deli Music Charts, a chart for emerging and indie artists, and have been well-received by a dedicated following.
Their recent single, Let’s Make This Earth From House to Home, is a tender and idealistic song about how our world could be a blissful utopia.
The lyrics are written by published poet and author, Marie Helen Abramyan, who founded Lyrics of Two Publishing and recently released a children’s book titled ‘The Rhyming Tales Of The Helpful Friends And The Garden Show’. Her story-like song writing captures your imagination. The rhymes and imagery used reminds me of a simplified Johanna Newsom or Kate Bush sort of style of song writing.
A mother’s gentle love, an elder’s wise words
Same heart and soul, no matter where in the world
So in this one world, we got one chance, under this one sky
Let’s come together for all mankind
Lyrics of Two’s single certainly channels eco-warrior values, with a gentle, swaying tune that taps into the idealistic point-of-view of how today’s world should be. To bring countries and cultures and peoples together, rather than living in war-town and fractured societies.
Let’s bring peace to this world
No more sadness, hate or hurt
Only kindness, compassion, and unity
For the sake of all humanity
Let’s make this earth from house to home
This song strongly echoes a less-dramatic and a more soothing Earth Song by Michael Jackson. It’s a nurturing and embracing song that features breathy and passionate vocals, which evokes the authenticity of the band’s message.