Supernova was created under the logos “No one gets out of life alive” and this fact has been boldly etched into the sophomore single of singer-songwriter and producer Craig Douglas Miller who performs under the pseudonym Blueburst.
After more than two decades of being on a hiatus, Blueburst finally dusted himself off and decided to jump back to doing what he found joy and happiness doing most. He got in touch with one of his musical idols, legendary guitarist Marty Willson-Piper (The Church, Noctorum, MOAT) and the fusion gave birth to Supernova.
Supernova is fast-paced, energetic, and full of the explosive drumline, it’s a follow-up od his debut single “Vanish”. The lyrics of the song compliments the instrumental of the song as the lyrics of the song are circled around making the best out of your life because you have only one life.
“No one gets out alive
No one gets any more time”
This is a recurring hook and before you realize you are singing – “After turning 50, I decided it was time to quit stalling and get on with it, damn the torpedoes,” said Miller. “That’s what this song is about. We only get one shot at life, and you’ve got to make the most of things while you can.” – says Blueburst.
How he crafts the lyrics of the song to crawl under your skin is a skill only few artist can ever lay their hands on, and he makes good use of you, his song-writing skills cannot be overlooked, he gives something you can jam to and same time reason with.
The sound resonates with everybody as death they say is inevitable, such a wonderful way to put that ethos.
Listen to Supernova below
Follow Blueburst on