The unceasing natural phenomenon is just like love. So says Jay Davies in “Snow is Falling.” Retro rock with heavy timpani.
Ruthie + the Giants also allude to romance with “Snow is Falling.” Their apathetic sensuality makes them sound garage, but I sense some lazy rockabilly here.
Heating up the forecast No Harvest gives us “Snow is Falling” as a come on to come over. Like to be snowbound with you….
Saying love with snowfall means– polka! John Stevens’s Doubleshot play “The Snow is Falling Polka” until you admit your love! He can outlast you!
Israeli Daniel Mesrati worries that since “The Snow is Falling” she may not be coming. His BB King tribute band serves him well, but he’s been left out in the sun too long.
Lewsh has the same trouble with his baby not coming back to him in “Snow is Falling.” Rockabilly regret.
Here comes the breakup! “Snow is Falling Down” from Andrea Gleason takes us down down down with guitar folk rock. He wasn’t worth it!
“Snow is Lightly Falling” is sorrow and Celtic blues from Nightnoise. Warbling winter woe.
“Snow is Falling” from the Loungers (feat. Travo) expresses that big hope that with the whitewashing of the seasons, perhaps there’s hope of getting back together. An altrock charmer with a danceable rhythm.