Hold on tight guys as we embark on a musical journey full of emotions that speaks right into your heart, join me as we digest Per Ploug’s latest tune, “Piece of My Mind.” Although Per Ploug is from Denmark for some time now he currently resides in Ireland.
Per Ploug always chooses the right tool to express his thoughts and emotions, he’s really good at creating songs that make you feel something and make you think a bit.
In “Piece of My Mind,” he’s got some beautiful music going on. You’ve got these lovely keyboard sounds and some kind of moody guitar stuff that really hits you in the feels. And the way he adds a violin to the mix, it’s just perfect. It gives the song this extra layer of emotion.
This is the type of song that gives you the chills, it has this cool breeze that comes along with it, you can help but fall inlove with “Piece of My Mind”, its soothing and relaxing with relatable lyrics that can be enjoyed by people from across the globe.
Per’s voice is just right for this kind of song – it’s deep and sincere. But it’s the words he’s singing that really stand out. He’s talking about things like why some people keep getting richer while others stay poor. And he’s asking why some countries don’t do more to help their own people. These are questions a lot of us have probably thought about.
Per Ploug and his buddy Eoin Mulcahy, who helps with the music, have really nailed it with this one. This is Per’s sixth single, and it’s a ballad that gets you thinking about what’s happening in the world and how it’s affecting nature and people. So, give it a listen; it’s a song that really gets to the heart of things.
This is the type of song that you put on repeat over and over and never gets old and you don’t get tired of listening to, Per Ploug has really outdone himself with this and it is evident in this song.
Per is and artist to look forward to, although this is my first time listening to him I believe he has more up his sleeves and I cannot wait to see what he has in stock for us.
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