The song was written while Solt was working as a deckhand halfway around the world in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. He drew on his abilities as a student at Berklee College of Music in Spain until the epidemic forced him to leave, and he uses them for this introduction to his sound. The single is a beautiful first taste of what he has to offer, enjoyable and emotional, and it really whets your appetite for what he still has to offer.
Solt’s vocals invite you to sit beside him by a fire on the beach as the melody gently draws you in. The verses that fill you with a sense of connection with another person have a wonderful companionability to them. As he confesses his wishing for someone to connect with, the chorus touches on melancholy. He acknowledges that he has found that person as the chorus concludes. He wraps an arm around your shoulders and leans against you with a kind shove as the music turns earthy. While there are moments of wistful sorrow in his performance, the general tone is upbeat and cheerful, as he boosts your spirits and releases any unpleasant emotions that may be lingering in your soul.
The acoustic guitar strumming draws you into the salty air of ‘Let’s Make a Fire.‘ The melody’s gentle folkiness reminds you of days spent on the beach, watching the waves smash into the sand. The music generates a contradiction of emotions, with an expansive sense reaching out for companionship and an intimate air settling around you. As the song’s reaching feeling fades, the music takes on a more earthy tone. This is followed by the guitar’s soaring tones. Every note in the tune soothes a part of your spirit, making you feel strangely at ease in the world.
Noah Solt is making a strong first impression with his debut track, “Let’s Make a Fire.” He draws on an eclectic spectrum of musical inspirations for a song that delves into desire and celebrations, with a folk-rock feel mixed with pop production. He poured his wish to be with loved ones and the belief that people are the spice of life into the track, which he wrote while he was far away from them.
In ‘Let’s Make a Fire,’ Noah Solt stretches out into the world only to bring you close for an intimate time around a beach fire. As it reaches out and settles delicately around you, the song is both intimate and broad. Solt’s voice are evocative, tugging at sorrowful threads before nudging you with warm camaraderie.