Understanding Religious Bigotry through Trish Discord’s New Song ‘Ever so Holy’


Trish Discord together with Devon Aviles has released a new song called “Ever So Holy”

“Ever So Holy” is a different genre of rock and its electronic sound. The song is kicked off by a nice and catchy intro that right away plunges the listeners into this distinctive music landscape. By expert crafting and interweaving synths with electrifying guitars, Discord and Aviles put together a dynamic masterpiece through and through.

“Ever so Holy,” talks about how some super religious people can be unkind to those outside their group despite being told to be kind. It’s about how different religions sometimes act like others aren’t good enough and need to be saved by a powerful god’s love.

The track is started with the synth bassline, which is quite powerful and attractive which created a dark and compelling mood which will surely compel listeners to listen to what next as happened to me. The song in itself flows that it seamlessly makes the switch between synth-dominated sections and the sections full of rock instruments. Another way it achieves this is through the combination of different styles, capturing the attention of the audience and offering them a journey through various sound textures.

Among the many great things about “Ever So Holy” that made me love the song most is Discord’s tremendous vocals that flawlessly combine with the hybrid song themes. Her voice has the right mix of emotions and growth, which complement the electronic beats and escalating lead guitar.  The excellent production work by Devon too gave the song its catchy feeling.

“Ever So Holy” is a great work that marks the creativeness of Trish Discord and Devon Aviles. The charged energy of the tune as well as this music’s various flavors bring to life a song that most of the followers of alternative rock and electronic music will associate with. Get ready to experience the magic and sorrow of “Ever So Holy” below.

Written by
Barbie Edonia


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