Arjun Ranjit – Get Out Fine (feat. Kausthub Ravi & Avran Ittyipe): Score Indie Reviews

Reviewer Rating:
4/5
(4)

Arjun Ranjit a singer songwriter born and brought up in the city of Chennai, studied in Vellore, worked in Dubai and now recently moved to Bangalore. He works in the real estate sector so music is his major source of relief. Arjun Ranjit first picked up the guitar in the 10th grade and that’s where the musical journey started. He was the vocalist of a band back in school called Baseless. Currently plays as a solo act and is part of a Satirical Music duo called “Too Lions” along with his roommate Rohit Nair.

Biggest musical influences are Jack Johnson , Jason Mraz ,James Bay and John Mayer to name a few. Yes, he likes his J’s. He tries to keep his songs simple and something catchy that would remain stuck in the audience’s head once they listen to it. He picked up the ukulele a couple of years ago and recorded his first single “Don’t Botha” on it. For his latest track “Get Out Fine”, he has collaborated with Kausthub Ravi and Avran Ittyipe and that’s what we are reviewing here.

“Get Out Fine” is a gentle ode to freedom and spreading your wings to seek out new experiences. It talks about building confidence and confronting life’s obstacles with a positive frame of mind. The gentle rhythms of the track provide the igniting spark to break away from painful memories and get out fine in the end. The song is performed and delivered with a sense of honesty and empathy that draws you in without sounding slushy or sentimental. 

The pleasing guitar work and soothing vocals should be enough to slow you down, focus your thoughts, and leave you ready to face another day with a positive mindset.

“Get Out Fine” is a song of  incredible warmth and sentiment, possibly born of experience and honesty, with a breath of folk-y freshness.

Verdict: Uplifting.

Related Posts
January 2023 issue ft Shakti

January 2023 issue ft Shakti

Cover Story: 50 Years of Breaking Boundaries with Shakti.Interview with Maestro Vidushi Kala RamnathScore Indie Quickie: Bambi BainsMusic Technology: How Does Your Guitar’s Scale Length

Read More »
Share this

ARE YOU IN?

Sign up to our
e-Magazine. 

Get every issue straight to your inbox for Free

Subscribe now