We The Kings have returned with a single off of their Stripped acoustic album. This one is Stone Walls, which reminds me of Art Of War in its calm and mellow attitude. I am exhausted so expect little breakdown or sarcasm.
The song has a slow pace and meaningful lyricism (Even Travis announced his pride in his work on these lyrics). Speaking of Travis, his voice sounds magnificent. The guitar is emphasized throughout though, and later the song smoothly transitions into a crowd chanting the phrase “We are all we are, we are who we are.” One of those in the crowd is my girlfriend, who attended the concert at Northwest Missouri State University, where they recorded this part.
Overall, I would rate the song at 9.75/10. It is a relaxing and enjoyable listen, but the lack of pace-change until near the end might push away listeners. Otherwise, the song is sound and truly worth listening to. You can listen to the song below: