Hannan, a 5-piece premier rock, modern rock and alternative rock band hails from Louisville, Kentucky. With discovery credit to Chet Roberts, Hannan
Hannan, a 5-piece premier rock, modern rock and alternative rock band hails from Louisville, Kentucky. With discovery credit to Chet Roberts, Hannan performs classy rock scores that takes you to a higher realm, eventually reaching a crescendo.
Break me is the fourth track in the album Charm Offensive, released on August 13, 2019. This is a killer rock song that is capable of reverbing and revamping your energy level especially when you want to be on the fast side of life.
You won’t be wrong to say this is a reincarnation of the great English rock band “The Rolling Stone” due to the similarities in the way they deliver their songs, their music style and in the unique way they connect with their fans. I know this because when I listen to this song, Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stone comes to mind.
Lovers of rock songs will definitely fall in love with this champagne class piece, partly due to the delivery style, which is captivating and in parts, due to the lyrics.
The excerpts from the chorus,
You were the one for me
You took my everything
You were my ecstasy
But you will break me,
He talks about being seriously in love with his love interest, who sweeps him off his feet, in the early days but throws his love back at his face and makes him take back his sweet words, despite the effort he puts in to ensure the affair does not come to an end.
This is a common theme in popular music where people fall in love, or have crush on others and life seem to be rosy and sweet, only for things to take a new turn and then the love story becomes sour in a twinkle of an eye due to the third party’s ineptitude at reciprocating same feeling of affection. Finally, so much for a happy ending.
In the accompanying music video, the band can be seen singing and playing different instruments like the electric guitar, the acoustics, the drum sets, the tambourines, the piano and the kongas on stage, while the vixen gets into character.
She closes from work at the office to get home and finds her partner at home drinking beer to pass time. She gets into the room, packs her costume and exits the house after disengaging from his grip.
She makes her way into the room, in the costume, channeling her inner strength into destroying different objects, as the song by the band, proceeds, alternating with the characters.
The music video was great overall, but the director could have done better with the characters, in terms of them displaying more attitude when interpreting their roles. But it was truly hard to find any flaws in this wonderful video. The cameral man was on point. The story line made sense. The video editing could have been better as far as color corrections but it was also on point. Generally, the video should get more positive reviews on youtube. I give the band two thumbs up.
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