Even though he maintains a low profile, The Landing has been steadily building a solid fan base in New York with his new age Space Pop vibes. Not as heavy as traditional pop music, the classically trained artist tends to prefer the expansive nature of music. His song tend to express a lot with very little; instead of bombarding listeners with flying percussion or drowning his voice with layers upon layers of reverb, The Landing tends to selectively piece each individual sound together to make a minimalist quilt that blankets one's ears in the maximum amount fuzzy, warmness needed to escape from cold reality.
Today, The Landing unleashes the video for "Then Comes The Wonder," the viral hit from his sophomore EP, How Strange To Be. Like his musical style, the accompanying visual has a limited number of dynamic acts—mostly focusing on the singer, a dancer, and an intense drummer. Honestly, the drummer is probably one of the best parts of the video; he has enough passion to fill hours worth of film with interesting footage. While the Landing is shrouded in darkness, the songs still retains its optimistic vibe and feel good punch.
Definitely give "Then Comes The Wonder" a chance above, it is definitely worth your time. The Landing is still early in his career and he shows a lot of promise.