“Monday Monday” by Jake LArmand is a great song that has a unique level of character and personality in the sound every time it’s played. Jake LArmand is a Classic Rock, Pop, Violin music, Pop Violin, and Violin Cover artist in Philadelphia. In his new release, the musical background has a unique twist to it – a vintage-style soundscape, soft and soulful ambience, and not only; Jake LArmand’s lyrics and performance are undeniably true to his own artistic approach and style. It’s always a pleasure to listen to, there’s creative freedom there for sure, and for this reason, an element of nostalgia is thrown into the mix. Just adds another reason to love the track.
The sound itself has all the best parts of pop and pop violin, plus all the energy and memorability of great songwriting. The track develops by using a rather mellow verse section; Telling the story, building the soundscape, and then quickly evolving into a full-on, high-energy song with an amazing vocal section.
The way the track opens is a big part of what grabs your attention. The music has a distant and dreamlike feel, and what follows is more of that reflective and dreamlike essence that reinforces the genuine sincerity and emotion with which the artist creates his tracks. He uses a rather simple but effective violin melody, and the lead singer who delivers it uses every ounce of passion and power to bolster the soaring heights of energy. Also equipment; Everything surrounding these critical moments adds weight to the final effect.