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Regain Control

by The Proper Authorities

Raw, melodic, adventurous rock with punk-pop overtones, this energetic song about trying to right a wrong evokes feelings of internal struggle and an urgency for redemption.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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The Proper Authorities (the one-man-band project of singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Keith Adams) returns with the epic new single, "Regain Control." A thought exercise built around a successful heist, a criminal with second thoughts, and the suspicious enforcer trying to talk him down, this high-energy progressive pop song lays down a guitar-and-drum-heavy soundscape laden with tones of conflict, confusion, and potential redemption.

Known for his work with the bands Sound Mind, Giant Wow, 1000 Watt Revival, and The Cloven Hoof Theatre, Adams originally created the award-winning Proper Authorities back in 2005 to branch out and work on his lifelong composition and performance skills.

As in past groups, he continues to experiment strongly in the modern pop rock genre with sounds and grooves that aren't usually found there. His appreciation for over-the-top arrangements is tempered nicely by his love for good hooks. His lyrics touch on a variety of subjects: matters of self; emotional snapshots in time; tragic and comic figures; and the things that we all want... or at least think that we want.

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