Froomador has found his way back to the alternative scene – and it’s with his first full album, Can’t This Wait.
Released in late March, Froomador has crafted an album that really explores his acoustic range. Coupled with this, we have also received a new music video for the first track of the album, “Solar Energy”.
“Solar Energy”, much like a majority of the album, combines catchy, fun, and raw instrumental background music with Froomador’s soft acoustics.
The album really does rely on the use of instrumental background music for pretty much every song. “Love Is A Lie” has a sweet and fun violin opening that sets the tone for the whole song, and couples fantastically with Froomador’s soft vocals. The combination paints a beautiful picture. Judging by Froomador’s vocal range, the background music is a great way for his voice to stand out in each song, while still maintaining that acoustic alternative and indie vibe.
On more of an upbeat tempo, “Digital Footprints”, “Cause Of You”, and “London” segue from his smooth vocals into more upbeat songs. It’s a nice change of pace for the album, giving us a break from Froomador’s soft vocals and throwing us into his more fun and lively side.
To wrap up the album, we are given the songs “I Bet She Knows”, “Sent You A Letter”, and “Near Me” that play up the staring-out-the-window-on-a-rainy-day vibe. The songs bring us back down from Froomador’s exploration of the more fun side of his acoustics, and back into where his music really belongs – the calm alternative and indie mix. The songs are quite relatable and emotional, but let him put in some good vocals to help complete the album.
It seems like Froomador could be on his way to testing more upbeat music with his unique vocals, but for now his alternative and indie acoustics are what drive this individual artist to keep on going.