Madrid-based songwriter Mauricio Yrivarren A.K.A. Binary Drift has released the lyric video for his song “Drifting” from the album “Pocket Tunes”. While the album straddles different genres, “Drifting” is pop/rock number in the same light as Maroon 5. Although the lyrics touch upon hope, forgiveness, and second chances, Mauricio’s delivery has a “who cares” vibe. This is extremely interesting, as there is a balance between the feelings behind the words and the singer’s personality. The production also needs to be mentioned as the ‘less is more’ concept is prevalent throughout the song. For instance, the second verse just features drums, bass, and vocals, very audacious yes indeed, but from a purist perspective, those are the precise elements needed for that particular part. “Drifting” is one of songs that once you hear it you’ll always be getting back to, an instant favourite.
Watch the lyric video here:
Originally from Lima- Peru and currently based in Madrid – Spain, Binary Drift is gradually making its way into the digital press space. The singles in his album “Pocket Tunes” have been accompanied by lyric videos and “Drifting” is no exception. We can’t wait to hear more from this artist.