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It hits the spot.

Nat Allister
A review of "The Right Spot" by Zimma
Written March 16th, 2017, 12:24 pm by

Nat Allister FROM Fox & Beggar Theater Inc.

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A soft, gentle accompaniment of guitar, bass and drums goes nicely against the doubled, soft vocals of Zimma, who bears a striking resemblance to Elliot Smith, and sings in hip poetics about contemporary love and life. The hook is quite catchy with a nice little clap track and singsong lyrics that make me think of modern indie groups like Foster the People. "The Right Spot" is an exceptionally well-produced song that could surely find its way into many people's indie rock playlists. I heard the news, and then I dove into a bottle of booze What can I say? I just had myself a hell of a day, yeah Lost track of time, it's funny how the good times fly by Without the weight of you holding me down, I might float away But that's alright, a one-way flight might do me right, yeah And from above, I can see in ways you only dream of. Put the cherry on top, rock it till you drop Forget about the clock that's ticking you off Ready or not, time to take a shot It's gonna take a lot to get you to the right spot. Out on a limb, just waiting for a bolt of lighting And when it strikes, I'll go over to the other side And there you'll be, just sitting there waiting for me, yeah

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