HUSH HUSH BIZ SINGLE REVIEW
You Should Probably Go
The Saba Brothers have been releasing tracks since 2016, attracting and maintaining a solid fanbase and refining their sound with each new release. The Sydney based trio has now released their first track in two years, and what a track it is! You Should Probably Go is an anthemic, contemporary pop-rock track that sounds like Coldplay meets One Republic with a touch of Ed Sheeran. Yet, it also sounds like the Saba Brothers, with a particular vocal sound that can only emerge when three siblings harness their natural singing gifts. But the boys have also upped their game in the playing and performing department.
As they explain regarding their time in lockdown, ‘Overall, we’ve been able to utilize the lockdown period over the last couple of years to increase our skills and take our music to another level since our previous release. Not only our music, though also our management skills and views/goals for the future.’ The track blends a series of solid melodies, stirring dynamics and an assortment of instrumentation to create this new musical palette—acoustic guitars, rock guitars, stadium drums, and a multitude of ambient textures expand the track, showcasing the melodic hooks, harmonies, and the direct yet exploratory mood of the song.
As Raymond says about the new track, ‘Our new song is about building the resilience to overcome a broken relationship.’ Steve adds, ‘We wanted to capture the perspective of the fight between the brain and the heart, the brain that has all of these beautiful memories, and the heart that’s been broken by that same person who made them feel so safe.’ As Nathan says about the significance of their new release, ‘I think it is important for our audience to know that as brothers, music is something that keeps us bonded together and that our values are instilled in our music.’ You Should Probably Go highlights the band’s considerable musical development, fused into an undeniable contemporary pop-rock hit that should appease fans and attract a whole bunch of new ones.