Young Earth Shines in Worth It
With a cheerful and sunny disposition supplemented by some road trip 60’s style rock, Dublin’s Young Earth delivers a warm cut in “Worth It.”
The pop rock single has elements of a retro-inspired track that sounds like a stroll on the beach as the band gracefully dishes out one that listeners will be sure to enjoy. The atmosphere of the song is what drives its charm the hardest, with Young Earth sounding slick and sunny over the sound of easy-listening guitar riffs and melodic singing. Both vocals and instrumental come together in harmony, creating a summery concoction that really shows off the skill and talent of Young Earth.
“Worth It” is also supplemented beautifully by its radio friendly swagger. Its conventional progression means that there are no real surprises thrown at the listener, as Young Earth relies mainly on its stage presence and talent to drive forth the track’s beauty. There’s a lot of energy in the track, which means listeners may be tempted to dance along with it. However, the easy listening groove of the track means that the audience can choose to simply relax and chill along with the track, rather than being too upbeat.
The production is slightly loose, but not overly to the point that it feels unpolished. Indeed, “Worth It” as a single strikes the perfect balance between a garagey charm and a tightly polished pop rocker. This allows the progression of the track to pop out all the more, especially at the song’s catchy chorus where the song’s catchy and insatiable feel is pronounced all the more.
We do feel there’s a bit of Young Earth playing it a little too safe here, as we feel there’s not really too much that allows this track to shine as much as it could. Its steady energy is good, but a little flashiness wouldn’t hurt.
Nevertheless, Young Earth sounds great in “Worth It,” giving us a fun and summery pop song. Giving us a retro yet modernized feel, “Worth It” is sure to please audiences.
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