Reflecting on the past, the concept and inevitability of growing old, the precious moments and the crazy ones alike. There’s a relatable weight to this idea of all of us being giants in our minds at one time or another.
FRNDS AS CMPNY always impresses, for creative reach, purpose, and identity alike. This project is far from the exception, and satisfies a whole other arena of musical desires.
A fantastic artist, with a classic sound & skill to his process but a unique edge to both his voice & his writing. Refreshingly honest in a commendably fearless way.
Celebrating the power of collaboration and simultaneously exploring the struggle of addiction, Ghost Singers’ new single Remember Me brings about heartache and considerate calm as it softly pours through.
Rich Jacques breaks the tension of a tumultuous year beautifully with this poetic and organically gentle acoustic offering.
Not purely the softly finger-picked acoustic piece its introduction implies, the single evolves in an instant as the hook strikes.
Beautifully crafted, gorgeously and passionately performed, offering precisely the sense of possibility and self-belief this new year needs.
The simple strum of an acoustic guitar, the equally raw capture of live drums and a subtle electric lead, followed by long-form melodic structuring that tips its hat to the indie legends of yesteryear…
“You should cherish the time you have with those around you, be it your friends or family. Let them know you love them while you have the chance because life is unpredictable.
Superb acoustic guitar work guides us into this stylish alternative folk album from artist and songwriter Nate Newburn.
“The song on one hand is mourning the loss of a life, but also brings into question how to responsibly consume the information that’s coming towards us at light speed.”
“I chose the ukulele because it has a happier sound, I wanted to juxtapose the sad lyrics with a more balanced out happy sounding instrument.”