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“Happy”: A Subdued Modern Alt Rock Gem by Sages

Sacramento-based rock band Sages craft a meticulously well written subtle alternative rock song with “Happy”. The band is known for their heavy prog metal and djent music, but their latest track, “Happy,” showcases an a different side of their musical prowess. This is a delightful departure from their previous sound, demonstrating the band’s versatility and evolution.

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With “Happy,” Sages steps into the realm of softer modern rock with confidence and finesse. The song is a breath of fresh air, exuding an evocative atmosphere that immediately draws listeners in. The harmonies are nothing short of enchanting, showcasing the band’s exceptional musical mastery. One notable aspect of “Happy” is its subdued guitars, which provide the perfect backdrop for the song’s contemplative and introspective mood. This restraint in the arrangement allows the introspective vibe to take center stage, resulting in a truly immersive listening experience.

Sages has had high-quality production, and “Happy” is no exception. The track boasts a clean and polished sound that perfectly complements the alternative rock sound. The seamless blending of the instruments, combined with the pristine production, creates a sonic landscape that is both captivating and emotionally resonant.

While being heavy and intense, “Happy” by Sages offers a refreshing aural palette. The band’s growth and willingness to explore new musical horizons is shown here. With its modern rock sound, evocative sonic feel, and impeccable production, “Happy” is a shining example of Sages’ ability to craft memorable and emotionally charged music that would find a place on rock and metal listener’s playlists.

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