The most atypical song written by Your Favorite Enemies, “A View From Within” has some nocturnal, licentious, sensual, ambiguous and self-doubting tones, offering a reflective perspective of the inner conflicts defined by a modern hedonistic way to live fantasies and by the desire to live pure everlasting emotions. Alex Foster’s vocal performance discloses that “lustful” type of personal struggle, as he brings us into an intimate whisper that defies conventions and invites us to lay down the fearful nature of our inhibition. As the band brilliantly leads us in a raving, luxuriant blend of waving atmospheric guitars and languorous keyboards, tiding dazedly over a gasping groove. And, for Foster’s every “multiple layers of understanding” lyrical approach, the addition of a Japanese female murmuring counter part gives “A View From Within” quite an intriguing essence, as the nature of the song could be way deeper than the sultriness sensation it initially gives your senses. You might find yourself in a passionate love affair or into some deep spiritual contemplative surrender. This is Your Favorite Enemies’ unique ability to touch both ends of the emotional spectrum without any compromising detours… it’s clear, it’s for everyone to find their way now.
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