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"All I Ever Needed" by The Project


All I Ever Needed by THE PROJECT cover art

The Project, a new California rock supergroup, is offering a taste of their upcoming album "Best Days" with the single "All I Ever Needed."  This heartfelt ballad is a surprising turn from their usual hard rock sound,  but one that showcases the band's versatility.


"All I Ever Needed" throws it back to the golden age of rock, with powerful vocals reminiscent of Black Sabbath and hazy guitars that could have been lifted straight from a Smashing Pumpkins record.  The song cleverly weaves in elements from various rock subgenres,  including Rush-inspired breakdowns and catchy hooks that wouldn't feel out of place with Blink-182. 


All I Ever Needed

The lyrics touch on themes of vulnerability and connection. Lines like "Life is full of scars we all hide” and “Show me yours and I'll show you mine"  set the stage for a song about finding comfort and acceptance in another person.  The chorus  pleads "All I ever needed was you"  over and over,  creating a powerful sentiment of longing and devotion.


While "All I Ever Needed" is brimming with classic rock influences, the production feels fresh and polished.  This supergroup, featuring James Davis (formerly of Shameless) on guitar, Jeff Plant on vocals, and Andre Bonter on drums,  showcases undeniable talent and musical chemistry.



Whether you're a die-hard rock fan or simply looking for a catchy, feel-good song, "All I Ever Needed" is sure to satisfy.  It's a strong debut single that leaves listeners eager to hear more from The Project's upcoming album "Best Days."


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