If elevator music was something most people actually found enjoyable, I imagine it would sound like this.
“Windy Blue” has a flirty and light jazzy feel, while also totally fitting a hipster or alternative aesthetic. The twinkling sound at the start, along with cheery piano notes, builds a dreamy atmosphere. All around, the dream pop tune is colorful, mystifying and flowery.
As the title suggests, this song is like heading down a windy path, to no particular destination. Like gentle ocean waves, the singer's voice naturally floats up and down, and never stops.
I noticed how his vocals take the backseat on this track, blending in equally with other elements of the song. It comes across as less demanding and actually made me listen more intently.
“Windy Blue” comes from Nick Waters, a rad musician located in Seattle.