In the first single following ‘everything’s going to be alright,’ Hoosh forgoes the melancholy expelled on the debut project. He still sings of anxiety on “Commas,” but with the confidence it’s born of a path he’s chosen.
Sparsely populated with gentle acoustics that wraps even the saddest sentiments in a comforting glow, ‘everything’s going to be alright’ by Hoosh is a melancholy retrospective on the nomadic vocalist and songwriter’s changing conceptualization of home. It’s a tale of aspirations and opportunity costs that ends in a seismic shifting of person.
Words left unsaid are as haunting as the words we regret. On “Missed Takes,” Hoosh brings a passionately pensive R&B voice to a gentle acoustic track. He finally releases the guarded emotions that ended his relationship on this solemn soliloquy.