Premiere Review: Undersound Release Seamlessly Impressive New Track, ‘No More Shooting Stars’

It goes without saying that I am beyond excited to be reviewing a track so unique and full to the brim with talent and potential. Hailing from Cardiff, Undersound (Gareth Evans) has succeeded beyond measure.


With previous support from BBC Introducing Wales and Huw Stephens, Undersound has already achieved a bundle of success. Not only this but the rising artist is an individual of many talents from performing for members of the royal family to producing for a number of musicians such as; ’26 police’, ‘Savana’ and ‘Junior Reid’.

With the meaning touching on that all important and raw hurdle of working out how to ‘recover’ when feeling like ‘hope is lost’, Undersound’s songwriting is truly personal but through the delivery of a Lo-fi, soft ballad. The perfect blend.

I am yet to have reviewed a track that is circling within the realm of lo-fi goodness, lacing everything together with a sultry kick that pulls everything back into a relaxed and free-flowing feel.

This is a track to be drizzled all over those dusky summer nights. Add it to your playlist, now!

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