Che-Val’s awesome, funkified “Love Still Waiting” finally has a video!
You may remember that I dubbed the track #songoftheweek early last month. (In case you don’t, you can find what I wrote below.) Well, I must say, it deserves the title of #songoftheweek again this time. Such an addictive earworm and one that always lifts my spirits whenever I hear it. Watch the video above and see what it does to yours!
“It begins with a healthy dose of infectious horns courtesy of Funky Dawgz Brass Band, along with some jangly, disco guitar from Kyle Duke, and you know you’re in for one heck of an audible treat. But the real stars of the show are Kenny and Laura Cash, husband Kenny delivering some seriously funked up bass guitar while wife Laura provides irresistible vocals in the vein of Kylie Minogue. It ultimately splits the difference between vintage ’70’s funk and early ’80’s pop and tastes like fine wine with notes of, well, kazoo.
The most charming thing about “Love Still Waiting” is how it slows down for the chorus. You naturally think the tempo is about to increase when it hits that point, the pre-hook being super fast, but it throws you a major curve ball by slowing down and therein likes the hook, Laura singing “my love still waiting,” all hot and sultry. It’s a shiny diamond of a pop song that should make your day, provided you’re not here just for the death metal!”
A new alternative pop song by indie music duo Che-Val, “Love Still Waiting” blends 70s funk and 80s pop into a modern sound. The track is available on iTunes and Spotify at the links below. Check out Che-Val’s other singles and videos: My Beat and Don’t Give Up On Me by going to www.che-val.com. And don’t forget to subscribe to stay up to date on everything Che-Val.
First single “My Beat” video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiK77…
Written and composed by Kenny Cash and Laura Cash
Vocals – Laura Cash
Bass – Kenny Cash
Drums – Jeff Hatcher
Guitar – Kyle Duke
Kazoo – Francis Silvi
Horns – Funky Dawgz Brass Band
Directed by John Shyloski
Recorded at the Factory Underground
Engineered by Tom Stewart
Mixed by Nic Hard
Mastered by Kenny Cash