Overall Impression: Hermetic Seals bears an incredibly original and undeniably authentic sound - and their original work, Chasing The Moon, is bursting with entrancing musicality! Lush instrumental soundscapes support dense vocal harmonies and evocatively reflective lyricism to make Chasing The Moon a song worth losing yourself in, and the musical prowess of Richard Fronapfel is more than enough to warrant a replay or ten! Strongest Point(s): Amazing musicianship! Sincerely, there's a competence and artisanship to the sounds and structures of this song that set it apart. Wonderful vocal deliveries, perfectly blending the dynamic contrasts with just the right amount of energy to keep listener's attention. Excellent sound-scaping, with the atmospheric effects really filling out the space. Great harmonies, and a memorable melody. This is stellar songwriting! Target Audience Appeal: Fans of classic balladeers will find their fingerprints all over Hermetic Seals' sound, and the amount of originality and skill on display in Chasing The Moon is enough to ensnare listeners from all kinds of backgrounds! Rich with emotional gravity and musical expression, Chasing The Moon is a brilliant work of modern songwriting, and Hermetic Seals is a name to follow going forward! - Jon W. Artist target suggestions: Nick Drake, Adult Jazz, Sheep Dog & Wolf, alt-J, Fleet Foxes, Death Cab for Cutie, The Beatles, Wilco, Glass Animals, The Flaming Lips About the Reviewer: Jon Wright is a trained multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and music educator with nearly twenty years of experience in the field. Working with musicians and their individual sounds is his passion and profession, and he strives to interact with and understand every aspect of the production process - from theory and songwriting to recording and mastering. He continues to teach students of all ages and is currently collaborating with artists in a wide variety of genres.