As a child, Mike Beech learned how to play classical guitar. It was a great choice of instrument, however everything changed when an older version of himself saw School Of Rock. After becoming a huge fan of the film and the music in it, Mike Beech swapped his classical direction for something a little more modern. While studying, he was selected to be the singer of the University of Warwick Big Band which came as a big surprise for him. The scholarly accolade however gave Mike Beech the impetus to go on and take his talent seriously. Now with a love for groove as well as a fantastic fretboard mobility, originally adapted to the tenser and more resistant traditional instrument, Mike Beech sings his own material.
We get a fresh guitar riff with classical strings that bounces up and down in a rock rhythm. Behind, sunny chords elevate the melody of a vocal line. The words are about upgrading a relationship from simple get-togethers to being involved in each other's lives. Integrating self into another self is risky business and we have to be able to see the best in a person to do it. The song drifts along with happy and life-affirming lines and a catchy chorus that we can learn in no time.
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