SnoPack feat. John Hazem – Amber Eyes Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising alternative music artist, SNOPACK, from the USA. We have reviewed his magical song, AMBER EYES, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

SnoPack is a promising alternative/acoustic music artist I discovered two months ago through Submithub submissions with his beautiful song, Amber Eyes, released as a single in 2020. The artist is officially making releases since 2020. They have started their careers with a single called; Shooting Stars (2020) and released four more singles, Long Way From Home (2020), Amber Eyes (2020), Road Blocks (2020), and Round in Circles (2020). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

SnoPack is a passionate artist who released five songs as singles this year so far. He has a very easy approach to writing music, composing beautiful sounding songs with irresistible positive vibes. And here we are talking about one of them. Amber Eyes is a well-written, recorded, and produced song with rich instrumentation, easy listening structure, mainstream-oriented mix, and addictive vibes from the beginning to the end. As a newcomer artist, I hear great standards in his music, both musically and technically. I am sure many of you like listening to easy-going acoustic music such as this one from time to time. And it’s hard to say that Amber Eyes belongs to a new artist who is only making music for a year. That’s impressive, indeed.

SnoPack, in this example, is showing potential with his composition and instrumentation mostly. I love the way he layered every single instrument where they sound in a beautiful harmony altogether. Both collective and singular instrumentation sound impressive and easily pulls the listener into its world. The overall energy of the song is quite moody and relaxing. Although it is so romantic, the overall vibe is quite positive. This time, SnoPack has John Hazem on vocals, who has made everything much more irresistible and smooth. And that’s what I liked the most about Amber Eyes.


Technically, Amber Eyes has exceptional standards in every way. As I mentioned above, I don’t see any sound quality difference between SnoPack and other well-known mainstream artists such as Coldplay, Keane, Bon Iver, etc.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I had a great time listening to SnoPack. He has the foundations in his music to evolve and get himself to the top level possible. Amber Eyes is a beautiful song that stays with the listener for some time, which is also a big step forward in his career at the same time!

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates SnoPack and John Hazem for their fantastic job in Amber Eyes and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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