The Mylars Debuts Cover Of Pilot’s Hit Single ‘Magic’

Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

Independent rock band The Mylars has decided to take on a classic tune for its latest single.

The band debuted its take on Pilot’s classic 1974 song ‘Magic‘ on Jan. 15. While The Mylars’ take on the timeless song stays mostly true to its source material, listeners will note a distinct difference between The Mylars rendition of the song and Pilot’s original work.

The familiar little guitar lick that rounds out the three-minute plus song in the original is absent from The Mylars’ version as is the brief guitar intro from Pilot’s original that leads into the song. Instead, The Mylars opted to jump right into things in its version of the song. Additionally, the more laid back approach that Pilot used for its presentation of the song is replaced here by a more poppy, upbeat approach.

The Mylars’ update to ‘Magic’ gives the original tune a unique new identity separate from its source material that is still largely an enjoyable work.

The debut of The Mylars’ new cover comes more than three months after the debut of the band’s most recent original single, ‘Satellite Girls.’ Released in October, the song was at the time, the band’s first new music since the release of the band’s self-titled album in 2017.

More information on The Mylars’ new cover of Pilot’s ‘Magic’ is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:




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