Michael Barr's "Fence" Proves A Bright Career Is Ahead
Los Angeles-native Michael Barr is someone that can add a flare of creativity and character to any genre he chooses to pursue. Over the summer the musician shared a debut EP titled Back Home and made forceful impressions on R&B communities and crossover fans from his previous metal projects.
R&B seems to be really fitting for Barr as his vocals are heartfelt and his lyrics are easily to be remembered. All he needs is a vigarious production team to back him and he's good. Cue his new standalone single "Fence."
After the release of the EP we were eager to see what direction he was going to take from there and "Fence" is a delight of a song. Beginning with his vocals over guitar chords the track is off to a surprising start. 30 seconds in the guitar disappears and a trap/hip hop beat makes way to take over taking the music to another atmosphere. In the track, Barr sings about not wanting to fall into a vicious cycle that continuously leads him to internal conflict. "I don't wanna do this shit again" he passionately belts over and over.
We hope this new song takes Barr to the next level for his career. Tweet at us with what you thought!