People Like You strive to represent, well, people like you – a diverse entity desiring to deliver a sense of genuine authenticity through music as their creative, unifying outlet.
The Boston-based band of five derive their sound from influences like Philip Glass, Japanese Math Rock, Avante-Garde Jazz, and Minimalism. Their current lineup has played together for a year and a half, having undergone lineup changes since their creation three years ago.
It’s an always a comfortable feel when you connect to a band’s music, People Like You are creatively gifted moth musically and in outlook which reaches out in terms of an emotional exercise, no matter how easy or hard it is. Instrumental improvisation and raw vulnerability underlie good songwriting, there’s no pomp or self-indulgence, quite the opposite the collective come across honest and open.
The fact that People ‘Variations on an Aria’ is a more exotic slice of indie is neither here or there, instead better to gaggle on how good a single this feels. 7.8/10