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private events and Ferras can be booked for corporate events and
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Ferras (pronounced Fer-AHSS) approaches a big pop hook the way a Formula One driver approaches a straightaway—he floors it. Take the payoff of Aliens and Rainbows, the psychological and stylistic centerpiece of the 25-year-old artist's album of the same name. Symphonic strings are cranked to the max, a vocal chorale summons up a celestial ahhh-ahhh, an electric guitar spins out a quicksilver figure and Ferras' own elegant piano underscores the grandeur as he sings, I would rather be with aliens and rainbows / On the other side of the universe / And finally… — here he slides up into a goosebump-inducing falsetto— This is me / This is my coup de grâce / My reality. That urgent, stirring passage is a quintessential example of a risk-taking artist holding nothing back—which is what makes this audacious newcomer such a blast of fresh air.
Produced by The Matrix (Avril Lavigne, Jason Mraz, Korn) with their frequent collaborator Gary Clark (Natalie Imbruglia, Lloyd Cole), Aliens and Rainbows contains undisguised references to the greats—David Bowie on the anthemic Liberation Day and the widescreen rocker Something About You, Elton John on the narrative opus Hollywood's Not America and Stevie Wonder on the silky ballad Soul Rock. Other songs isolate his own hot-wired psyche: Dear God is a prayer of desperation and defiance ( If you're so full of grace / Then send it / On down ), while the sensual Take My Lips is a jaw-dropping expression of emboldened vulnerability.