Aza Brown sings sweetly, an alternative Latin pop-rock sound devolving into psychedelic overtones.
Afterthought was written in one piece, and it is a combination of several music styles mixing Latin influences with rock and amazing percussion, which adds an interesting cinematic quality to her delicate voice.
Producers from PopHits.Co made some very positive comments about this release, such as confirming that Afterthought is a musical gem, set to make waves in the indie rock genre. We are sure Aza Brown deserves it!
Aza Brown combines beautiful vocal melodies with a vintage pop vibe and a splash of Latin-tinged grooves to create such a memorable sound that we don’t know whether we should dance or just listen to the good content.
The song begins with a hypnotic mood that becomes more dreamlike as the song progresses. You can listen to our full playlist that contains Aza Brown’s music, and know more about the artist by scrolling down the page, where you can find Brown’s interview with SuperPop.TV and also his music video, check it out!
Following the debut single “Pure Water” that triumphantly announced Chesterfield Singer-songwriter Aza Brown’s arrival on the scene, “Afterthought” returns with an epic Latino soundscape reminiscent of James Bond battling drug cartels in South America!
Aza has amassed over 50k Spotify streams in the last year and has appeared on Liverpool Live Radio, Talk Radio with Bob Mills, Fame Magazine, and RGM; before appearing on BBC Introducing East Midlands – with Dean Jackson calling him a “fascinating guy…multi-faceted”. Take a look at the Mexico-shot video accompanying this article.
We are sure you will love this track and of course, move your feet too. Check it out and don’t forget to follow the artist on Spotify!
- From the ghettos of Brooklyn to the streets of London, indie rock music has become a genre that embraces all styles and types of musicians
- 10 Unique Indie Artists Who Introduced a New Sound in Electronic Music
- 10 Indie Folk & Country Music Artists That Will Have Your Next Party Going Up in Flames
- Have A More Interesting Holiday: Update Your Playlist With Tuneful Indie Rock Music From Around The World
- Interview: Check It Out The Delightful Latin Pop Gem Afterthought by Aza Brown