The Alberta-hailing 5-piece punk-rock band Waterfront releases an incredibly emotional and highly relatable single entitled "I Don't Want to Do This Anymore."
The Canadian group fled Alberta and traveled out west to Vancouver for a full-fledged transformation with help from their collaboration with The Renaissance Music. Comprised of Dan Sequeira on vocals, Ryan Ross and Devin Taylor on guitars, Tanner Cyr on bass, and Graham Jantz on drums, Waterfront is more than excited to bring their honest lyricism and high-energy performances back to their community.
Gearing our focus towards their recent emotional single, "I Don't Want to Do This Anymore," Waterfront offers an incredibly relatable lyrical theme, which can be sung along with through their recent dreamy black and white lyric video.
Hitting play on the single, "I Don't Want to Do This Anymore," the song gently opens with Ryan Ross and Devin Taylor's softly layered guitars that set the soothing and haunting tone of this emotional piece. As vocalist Dan Sequeira makes his delicate vocal appearance, he begins letting listeners into the fragile state of a tumultuous relationship's unfortunate ending. As we reach the hook, Tanner Cyr's tender bassline and Graham Jantz's down-tempo drum breaks enter the song and bring us into an emotional state of being.
Regarding the song's incredibly melodic hook, we can't help but hear vast similarities to the melody within Miley Cyrus' 2010 hit, "When I Look At You." Around the bridge, Waterfront offers a deeply cinematic listening experience through their punchy instrumentation that emphasizes the delicate emotions of said situation. Ending the track with vast heart and emotion, we're more than pleased with the song's entire listening experience.
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