The song “Fish Fridays” is a personal reflection by Strauss that is put to a snappy, laid-back acoustic rhythm and flavoured with a sweet jazz piano melody. It is one of the outstanding tunes on the album.
The deeply personal lyrics were inspired by a dinner at Strauss’s mother’s house, a place that means a lot to him because of all the memories, events, and hard times he has gone through there. The song was written by Strauss.
Strauss opens up to the audience in the music video for “Fish Fridays,” which was shot and edited by Saunders Multi-Media. He shares personal information about the difficulties of being an independent artist, the passing of a friend, and the significance of family and love.
The video, which gives viewers a preview of the next album that Strauss will be releasing, blends two songs from the record into a short film that runs for five minutes and depicts the personal atmosphere of a family get-together.
Strauss’s tune “Hot Rockz” has hard-hitting lyrics and violent flows set over a grungy roadside cypher. This stands in contrast to his previous track, “Fish Fridays,” which was more contemplative.
This track, which was produced in-house by Rabbs and also features an artist from Leicester named MrBonnie Blazer, shows off a new part of Strauss’s way of making music.
In general, Strauss is an artist who does not shrink back from delving deeply into personal experiences and societal themes in his music. As a result, he is able to offer rhymes that are potent and thought-provoking, which connect with his audience.