Two critically acclaimed artists have released their latest single “Putin the Demon”, a powerful and thought-provoking track that addresses the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
New York City, New York Feb 8, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Rising pop-rock artist Allen Dobrovolsky teamed up with Trystan Matthews to release their latest single and music video “Putin the Demon,” a powerful anti-war anthem that combines driving rock with subtle emotive elements. The track, which was released on popular streaming platforms in February, showcases their versatility as songwriters and commitment to pushing the boundaries of the pop-rock genre.
“Putin the Demon” opens with an air raid siren and powerful drums. Then driving guitar riff sets the tone for the song’s intense and urgent energy. The drums and driving bassline provide a solid foundation for the song’s message, while the electric piano melodies add a touch of depth and emotion. The rhythm and blues feel give the song a unique and dynamic vibe, making it stand out from other pop-rock tracks.
The lyrics of “Putin the Demon” are equally powerful, taking a bold stance against war and violence. Allen’s songwriting skill shines through as he masterfully blends thought-provoking lyrics with a catchy and memorable melody. The chorus is particularly impactful, with Brent Miller’s passionate vocals delivering the message: “Packs have packed, your time to go, Putin’s watching from his Dome, Sick of him to lie to us, Russia’s gone, has not a chance”. These lines in the song’s lyrics express the songwriters’ view on the impact of Russia’s invasion on the future of the country. The Russian army was not prepared for this war and the mobilization of its military reservists was poorly conducted. The song predicts that Russia’s collapse is imminent.
The lyrics of the song are a powerful protest against the actions of the Russian army in Ukraine. They bring attention to the war crimes committed by Russian forces, including deliberate attacks on civilians, horrific acts of violence against women and children, and indiscriminate destruction in populated areas. The song compares the actions of the Russian army to the brutal and ruthless Orcs of fantasy lore and serves as a call to action, encouraging listeners to stand up against war and aggression.
The song mentions the White Army, an allegory for the army from Belarus, and its role in the conflict in Ukraine. The lyrics draw attention to the fact that Belarus allowed the Kremlin to send tens of thousands of Russian troops into Ukraine and the devastating impact this has had on the people and the country. The lyrics are a powerful commentary on the complexities of political alliances and the human cost of war.
Despite the heavy subject matter, the song is also heartening and motivational. The lyrics and melody empower the listeners to take action and make a change. The song inspires people to fight against Russian aggression, to be the voice of the oppressed, and to make the world a better place.
The release of “Putin the Demon” comes at a time when the world needs it the most. As conflicts and violence continue to dominate headlines, Allen’s powerful message serves as a reminder that music can be a powerful tool for change. The song is a call to action, urging listeners to use their voices to stand up for peace and to make a difference in the world.
In conclusion, “Putin the Demon” is a powerful anti-war pop-rock song that brings attention to the atrocities happening in Ukraine and serves as a call to action. The intense and urgent musical composition, combined with thought-provoking and emotionally charged lyrics, makes this song a poignant reminder of the devastating consequences of war and a motivation for change.
“I wrote ‘Putin the Demon’ to give people a platform to speak out against war and violence,” said Dobrovolsky. “Music has the power to bring people together and inspire change, and I wanted to create a song that would do just that. I hope this song inspires people to stand up against Russian aggression and to use their voices to make a difference in the world.”
Trystan Matthews, who co-produced the track, added, “Working with Allen on this project has been a truly enriching experience. His passion for making a difference in the world is inspiring, and I’m honored to have had the opportunity to be a part of this powerful song.”
“Putin the Demon” is the latest release from Allen Dobrovolsky, who has quickly established himself as one of the most exciting and innovative pop-rock artists of the moment. With his unique sound and thought-provoking lyrics, Dobrovolsky is poised to make a big impact in the world of music.
Fans can stream “Putin the Demon” now on popular music streaming platforms, including Apple Music, Vevo, Amazon Music, Tidal, and YouTube.
About Allen Dobrovolsky:
Allen Dobrovolsky is a rising pop-rock songwriter from Coomera, Queensland, Australia. With a passion for pushing the boundaries of the genre, Dobrovolsky has made a name for himself with his versatile music and thought-provoking lyrics. His latest single, “Putin the Demon,” is a powerful anti-war anthem that showcases his commitment to using music to make a difference in the world.
Armed with his extraordinary creativity, Allen has been challenging the monotony of contemporary pop-rock.
About Trystan Matthews:
Trystan Matthews is the Founder and CEO of 5050songs Inc. He is a Berklee College of Music alumni, cellist, songwriter, and music producer currently residing in New York City. Trystan is a talented musician who has collaborated with many of the big names in the music industry. With a passion for creating meaningful music, Trystan has established himself as one of the most sought-after musicians of his generation.
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Join Allen Dobrovolsky and Trystan Matthews on their journey towards peace and unity by listening to the new single today.
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