Singer/songwriter and rocker Scott St. Louis has arrived with his self-titled album which consists of songs exploring various aspects of the love and pain that coincides with human relationships.
Delivering an emotionally powerful blend of pop rockin’ sounds, Scott St. Louis fits well into the pop-rock and adult alternative categories conjuring up memories of artists such as Tom Petty or The Fray.
Scott’s passionate and emotion evoking vocal performances are backed by soundscapes featuring memorable melodies, guitar driven grooves, hard hitting drums and catchy hooks which further add to the pop appeal of his rockin’ edge.
Songs like I Think You’re Beatuiful or Does Anyone Know The Way are excellent examples of the vibrant potency of Scott’s songwriting and his ability to tap into the emotions connected to love and relationships. With that said, each of the 8 songs featured on the record lean toward themes of lost love, heartache, and understanding how to process the pain.
Instrumental bridges like the one that kicks off around 4:15 in Does Anyone Know The Way put on full display the high level of musicianship driving Scott’s lyrical explorations.
Follow You Down shows off Scott’s ability to deliver not so happy lyrical content over uplifting, empowering instrumentals. Distorted guitars, an upbeat rhythm and strong melodies make processing the pain a little smoother.
For fans of adult alternative indie rock with a pop appeal, Scott St. Louis and his new album will be a welcome addition to your collection.
The official video for I Think You’re Beautiful can be viewed below or on YouTube.