I had never heard or even heard-of Halestorm until I accidentally caught the tune "I Miss The Misery" on the radio one day. The song was good and inspired me to research the band a little more on Youtube, which led me to this nice piece.
The lyrics are not deep or particularly insightful, but the song is unique and has a very genuine, original appeal to it. Lzzy Hale's vocals are decent and she conveys terrific emotion in wanting to know more about the subject of the song. The song itself carries a "powerful, romantic movie scene" soundtrack quality and it's very easy to let your mind wander while you're listening.
I bought the song - so obviously I like it - but it's really something you need to hear to understand what I'm saying here.