From the age of 13, when Bianca Jane picked up her first six-string, inspired by Blink 182 and The Cure her musical journey shifted into first gear. Now, deploying every shred of musical prowess in her artillery, Bianca Jane featuring Thomas Wilson has poured heart and soul into the new single “Forever’s Just A Word”– and it shows.
Blending a unique vocal style, incendiary guitar lines and soaring melody, Bianca Jane featuring Thomas Wilson deliver an aural exploration that at once both packs a punch, while finding the pockets of calm in the chaos – a talent that will make Bianca Jane featuring Thomas Wilson a refreshingly exhilarating force in the music scene.
If you like beautiful, soaring melodies, intense emotion, evolving music, and some downright crunchy guitars with pinch harmonics and all, “Forever’s Just A Word” is for you. Literally, the guitar is almost orgasmic and the vocals are absolutely melt-worthy. Bianca Jane featuring Thomas Wilson has serious chops!
In the sea of post-hardcore and alternative anything, many groups are looking for that indefinable something that makes them better than everyone else. I can honestly say that whatever that something is, Bianca Jane has found it in “Forever’s Just A Word”. This song has more emotion and great music in it than an emo girl during her manic phase!
The strong points are definitely the soaring heights that “Forever’s Just A Word” reaches– both musically and emotionally– and the complementary guitar work which is able to successfully build a strong climax and that leaves the listener in the clouds. From start to finish, I find there to be no weak points in this track. Three minutes and forty six seconds perfectly done!
Bianca Jane featuring Thomas Wilson is a combination that you can’t put a label on and say “oh it sounds just like…” and throw in a band name, because Bianca draws influences and has parts that sound like one band, but parts that sound like another. Somehow the music is pretty heavy, forming a perfect backdrop for the vocals. The drums are always energetically banging away, while the guitars are very sensitive; they’re heavy when they ought to be, but never unnecessarily. Seriously folks, “Forever’s Just A Word” is wall to wall goodness!