Music Victory is a music blog created by a multi-instrumental duo S Lychnidos who values conceptual, eclectic, original, and creative music above all regardless of genres, tastes, and personal preferences. The main aim of this online journal is to showcase "hidden gem" artists who need more exposure to a new audience as well as the opportunity to get their beautiful work recognized and intrinsic message heard! Do What is Right, Follow the Light is a simple slogan highlighting listening experience and emotions rather than just an influencer's choice or brand label supremacy. Do what is right, new hope and new love!
"ᴀsᴘɪʀᴇ ᴛᴏ ɪɴsᴘɪʀᴇ ʙᴇғᴏʀᴇ ᴇxᴘɪʀᴇ"
"Do your thing!"
"I try and make music that has emotion and uplifting qualities regardless of what genre I am working within."
"HI love creating original piano compositions and sharing them with others. I wish for my music to provide comfort and inspiration to all."
"Find something you will say that truly comes from inspiration"
"'Gold' is about feeling so deeply for someone who isn't ready to be loved, but you just can't fight the feeling that there's something there. It's something I've been dealing with in my own life, and there's such a duality to it," says Furey. "On one hand you want to try to pull them back when they push you away, you want to pour out your heart to them, you think "maybe if they know how much I care, they'll change their mind." But on the other hand, you know they need space and time. I bounce a lot between the two themes in the song, and I think that's reflective of my own inner struggle between what I want and what I know they need. But at the end of the day, I have to let them do what's best for them: how they feel is not in my control. All I can do is say "when you're ready, if you want my love, I'll be there to give it to you."
"This song sheds light on the inner conflict of having to split your time between your girlfriend and your friends (the gang). It‘s based on my real life experiences."
"Trump may have gone but the war on fascism is far from over, Resist charts the resurgence of ANTIFA as a broad spectrum of people say "enough is enough" and stand together against the rise of populism and far right politics determined that another Kristallnacht (Night of broken glass) can't be allowed to happen."