An incredible song. The subject matter is not something many people will have directly experienced, but the way it’s been presented manages to find you & really connect.
I love the feeling music can bring to an audience no matter who you are or where you’re from. It’s a universal language where you can share emotions, feelings & passions & hopefully affect who is listening.
A quick plea to music lovers: The future of independent music is dependent on you. You are the reason that an artist will become “the next big thing”, so don’t be shy. If you like an artist’s music – tell people, share it.
Bobbie Harvey is a UK based singer & songwriter currently pushing the craft to the limits with a small collection of finely written, brilliantly performed releases.
This sort of composition and performance makes for the perfect pop-breakthrough track, relevant & well built, authentically performed, indicative of an eclectic artist on both sides.
Right from this offset this release has such good vibes. The rhythm & lightness, that dance-hall or reggae-fusion feel, it lays the ambiance effectively & this is all backed up & enhanced by a considerably genuine, warm sounding leading voice.
A musician & songwriter bringing together elements from his Cuban & Colombian heritage, offering audiences smooth, uniquely creative songs that brightly showcase his vocal & musical abilities.
Statements about life & growing older have the potential to connect with all of us. It’s a universal topic, but it’s not commonly talked about in popular music. Matt Purcell has approached this in a beautiful way.