Falling — El Ten Eleven

Kale Walch

Today’s music is too often bogged down by lyrics. Song after song, singers try to tell a story or relay an emotion through the use of words. El Ten Eleven doesn’t need words; they evolved far beyond them. In their new track, Falling, they prove it. They replace vocals with layer upon layer of guitar and synth. At the track’s peak, five different guitars and keytars blend together, each telling a different story. This brand of music would best be classified as a “chiller” breed of surf rock. I thoroughly enjoyed not having to interpret lyrics for once, letting the guitars say it all. If you ever need a break from lyrical nonsense, check out Falling by El Ten Eleven.