Rock artist Trey Warner Unveils His Newest 6-track E.P. titled Zzyzx Road
Rock artist Trey Warner launched his newest 6-track E.P. titled Zzyzx Road. It is an enchanting musical treat for music lovers all across the world. The E.P. and title track are inspired by the true history of southern California’s Zzyzx Road, previously known as Zzyzx Mineral Springs & Spa, created by Curtis Howard Springer in 1944.
The story behind the road described in the title track is quite bizarre. Curtis Howard Springer created fake medicine, snake oils, and hot springs and made his guests believe that it would help heal them. The resort was named “Zzyzx” because Springer wanted to get listed next to the word in the dictionary.
The E.P. begins with “Zzyzx Road,” a reflective indie rock crawler that demonstrates Warner’s more mature side. With a sound that falls somewhere between The Killers and The Strokes, it’s no surprise that the song exhales a mantra that expresses gratitude for the long journey.
Trey motivates the audience to look up to the bizarre history of Zzyzx Road in the title track. Singing from the perspective of an ex-convict who has finally found work with other ex-convicts, he sings, “Pleased to meet you, feels like I am home.”
The next song, “Someday I’ll Be Gone,” is a beautiful song with mesmerizing lyrics. You’ll fall in love with the music for sure. The next song, “Rest of My Life,” is an enthralling song based on guitar, with lament-type rock tunes. The next two songs, “It’s over” and “She’ll break,” deliver a perfect rock angle. The album closes with a guitar-driven “S.A.D.,” which delivers a beautiful message on how to get over seasonal depression by going straight through it.
Overall, “Zzyzx Road” is an excellent piece of work that showcases Trey’s undeniable sense of melody and his ability to merge emotions and thought-provoking solutions to overcome challenges in life.
About Trey Warner
American actor and musician Trey Warner is from Utah who was always passionate about arts, music, and film. He started this career with a rock band called Rated Hero, where he played shows like Blink 182, Incubus, Jimmy Eat World, and many more. After some time, Trey left the band and started focusing on his work in order to become financially stable and debt-free. By his 28th birthday, he accomplished the goal that allowed him to pursue his passion. Today, he is a proven songwriter and musician famous for pop-punk melodies!