JWILLI will give you that splash of nostalgia for those who are into harder rock stuff back in the day. “Recover,” nails many happy parts that compliment a raw and unrelenting essence that is balanced out by a merciful vocal piece. Together the blend straightens the spine and refreshes the brain, this particular track of JWILLI embracing a 150 bpm feel. There’s something inescapably hard-rock/punk/pop punk that’s intrinsic to this experience. On top of this, drum instruments that feels natural paired with harsh synths in something that’s super infectious here. The melody comes in and out as the vocals expand and infuse the spirit of what’s going on here.
The story behind the track is something meaningful as well. JWILLI aims to inspire by bringing others up when he was in a slump. CO-VID messed everyone’s routines and habits up, the impact on JWILLI was no different. In winter of 2020, he put his blues to the side and laid down the groundwork for a track. “Recover,” ending up being the creative mold formed, a message that’s affirming, time-testing, and something to lean on in a healthy way.
John Williams, known as JWILLI, has accomplished many highs in a short amount of time. JWILLI has opened up for Two Friends, R3HAB, and more, while his first tracks hitting streaming platforms in 2020. With the actual birth of the project being in 2017, natural progression of growth seems to follow this rising talent. Don’t sleep on this guy as he is just getting warmed up in 2021.