Todd Kowaluk’s new single ‘Enough Is Enough’ offers an atmospheric indie-folk delivery seeing the Vancouver singer-songwriter experiment with his music.
The track opens with a pleasant acoustic guitar that combines pop and rock components with a hint of indie-folk. The kick-drum-driven beat adds a syncopated cadence to the song, enhancing its overall vibe and vivid auditory depiction. Todd Kowaluk’s voice carries a profoundly philosophical message about life in general and music in particular. It varies from powerful savors to low-pitched, delicate timbres.
Todd Kowaluk assigns a great deal of significance to the song ‘Enough Is Enough’. It’s a significant moment in his life from a musical, spiritual, and professional standpoint. It’s a protest song told from the viewpoint of a storyteller. From that fatalistic opening line, it becomes a query and an exhortation to be sincere with oneself, one another, and, well, infinity. Why not continuously test love with boundaries if it might set us free? Kowaluk’s experience with his own inquisitive nature and the song’s backward pattern serve as the backdrop for contemplating all of these topics.
Speaking about the release, Todd Kowaluk explains: “There’s really not much traditional about this song, it starts with a chorus, and generally, songs don’t start with a chorus, It questions the rules and at the same time asks what is important about being human in this ever-changing world of ours. It’s a protest song.”