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  • Cheyenne Johnson

Review: "Snow In The Summer" - Vilhelm Buchaus

Authentic and reflective, Vilhelm Buchaus teases his upcoming debut EP with his latest single, "Snow In The Summer." Buchaus feels this is his most vulnerable and candid song yet, diving into themes of alienation and introspection. The singer tackles feelings surrounding the challenges he has faced trying to find his place in life. He outlines his struggles in "Snow In The Summer," grappling with the unknown. Incorporating a relatable narrative into the track, Buchaus discusses the unanswered questions he's dealt with and his fleeting dreams. It's something many listeners have struggled with before, facing failure and the fear of what comes next.

Following the 2023 release of his emotional ballad, "Together," Vilhelm Buchaus moves in a new direction with "Snow In The Summer." The track showcases an upbeat, edgy indie/pop rock soundscape, featuring gritty guitar riffs, driving drums, and addictive melodies. Buchaus gives a captivating performance, showing off his vocal prowess with raspy lines and belted choruses. Being a perfect example of what the indie and pop rock genres embody, "Snow In The Summer" would fare well in a playlist alongside acts like Goldhawks, Inhaler, The Amazons, and Blossoms.

A young artist on the rise, Vilhelm Buchaus has been making waves with his skillful guitar playing and mellifluous voice. His music is a charming mix of pop and rock, consisting of both covers and self-written songs. Just getting his career started, Buchaus began posting recordings to YouTube in 2022, later releasing his first single, "First Cut," in Spring 2023. The artist cites several influences as his inspiration, including acts like John Mayer, Bruce Springsteen, Dire Straits, Bob Dylan, Ed Sheeran, Lizzy McAlpine, and The 1975. Some of his popular releases include "Take Me To The Moon," "All In Vain," and "Nothing At All."

Written By Cheyenne Johnson



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