Tuarrah – Palimpsest Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising alternative music artist; TUARRAH, from Brooklyn, the USA. We have reviewed their addictive song; Palimpsest, along with its character, style, story, potential and more.

Tuarrah is a promising ambient/alternative music artist I have discovered through Metalhead Community Submissions about 3 months ago with their irresistible song; Palimpsest, off from their latest album; Lying On Our Backs, which was released in 2020. The artist is officially making releases since 2017. She has started her career with a full-length album called; Tuarrah in 2017, and Lying on Our Backs is her second official release, an album with 8 songs after 3 years. Please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Tuarrah’s music reminded me of some golden classics from the ’90s with its general vibe and structure. As a big-time metalhead, I always loved listening to this kind of music and I really think that the mainstream music of the ’90s has a big role in me becoming a metal music fan afterward. I still remember those wonderful days and I believe that I am not the only one. This kind of music has the ability to switch off the world for some time for you, and I always enjoy listening to it while relaxing at home, resting, reading, and driving. This is a perfect example of what I love the most actually. Briefly, there are some songs which have some magic inside. And this was the reason why it reminded me of some golden songs from the ’90s, music which doesn’t have any expiration date.  

Palimpsest has an easy listening build with an irresistible atmosphere from the beginning to the end. This song surely is a big success of the artist and the producer together. They have done an exceptional job by putting all these ideas together and creating such an impressive-feeling all along the way. The artist is making the actual difference with her strong character in her music. Her voice is so relaxing, you can easily listen to her singing for hours without any music. On the other hand, the instrumentation is phenomenal. I can hear that they have worked on every single detail while creating this piece of art. Exceptional job, truly!

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Technically, Palimpsest also has exceptional standards in every way. As I have mentioned above, post-production has huge credit on this outcome. They have done phenomenal decisions together. Everything sounds super clean, clear, magical, and in great harmony. Palimpsest surely is one of the most inspiring and also magical songs I have listened to in this specific genre for a very long time, which is a perfect fit for our Top Alternative Songs Playlist on Spotify at the same time.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well impressed by Tuarrah. Her music is powerful enough to touch every single soul in this world. A song with a potential like this could also make an unforgettable soundtrack for a movie. Briefly, I am delighted with my discovery and I am sure I won’t be the one who feels that way after publishing my article here.

Palimpsest is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED to those who love ’90s melodic and atmospheric alternative music!

Palimpsest has earned its place in our TOP ALTERNATIVE SONGS PLAYLIST on Spotify! Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the artist/band, follow them on social media and subscribe to their channels to show your support and also not to miss any upcoming releases.

Tuarrah – Palimpsest Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine
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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates TUARRAH for their phenomenal job in PALIMPSEST and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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