Why Is Your Hand Touching Mine, Pete Hollis latest track, is a sonically inspired voyage. The synths and beat are energising, laying the groundwork for Hollis’ voice. Pete Hollis, for example, has a stunning voice that could influence anyone. Every word and phrase he writes is dripping with emotion. The instrumental has a bouncy Alternative Pop groove with Synth Pop elements that up the tempo. Every element of the song contributes to the overall vibe by being light, airy, and breezy. The music is filled with so much joy that you can’t help but smile the entire time.
For one thing, it’s difficult to resist the (very much irresistible) appeal of a song about first falling in love. Who doesn’t want to be transported back to that heart-stopping feeling of getting to know someone so special that they consume every ounce of your being?
Pete Hollis’ song “Why is Your Hand Touching Mine” isn’t your typical love ballad. This is a song about falling in love for the first time and not knowing if it’s real or not because you’ve never had anything like it before. It’s a song about not understanding how to accept that someone as wonderful as they are might find anything special in you when there are so many other people who are smarter, more attractive, and more intriguing than you. It’s a song about being taken aback by the wonderful way things fall into place when you least expect them, and how your entire world shifts and becomes filled with light without warning.
Even in the middle of doubt and confusion, Hollis’ voice, along with the hypnotic rhythm section of the orchestra, produces a sense of tranquilly. The chorus is sweet without being cloying, and the lines have a slightly cheeky tone that makes you want to sing along.
If there’s one thing you can say about Pete Hollis, it’s that he knows how to take a feeling and turn it into a genuine, sympathetic song. His latest track, “Why is Your Hand Touching Mine,” is no exception, as it explores the “out-of-this-world” quality of falling in love with someone who isn’t your typical type.
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