Together for four years now, Morning Trips is the American-based four-pieced expansive sound that has been described by the Northwest Florida Daily News as ‘influenced by a gumbo of dream pop, shoegaze, R&B, and 80s music.’
Adding founding punk-era nostalgia and saccharine synths into the mix for good measure, the unique blend of comforting yet pulsating feelings ripple and resonate further with each riff; Morning Trips aim to be for all collections of people as they morph through soundscapes with their diverse approach to creating.
Laying down their own groundwork as trailblazers in a dimension custom to them, Morning Trips brings forth their most recent single, “We Have No Time (For Now).” With a reverberated atmosphere cast throughout the speakers, the textured layers that compose this soundscape have us feeling the mind-altering grooves of Morning Trip's musical genius first-hand.
Colossal percussion patterns grasp onto the rhythmic essence in a way that carves out an infectious groove that you can’t help but fall into. There’s an elevated climax that occurs when the transition from verses to chorus navigate you to an altitude that rises with the same impactful energy that Morning Trips delivers to their audience as second nature.
With a soothing performance of robust timbres that propel abstract lyrics within “We Have No Time (For Now),” you can’t help but to find a witty quip that pulls you into this masterpiece in a personal manner. With words like, ‘It seems that I’ve misplaced my good fortune and my taste,’ bringing you a flavor for what Morning Trips provides in the intriguing songwriting conveyed, you understand more and more as to why they garner attention and an unstated allure as they build up their fan base.