“The last thing I would ever want to do is write soul-less music – the track must take the listener somewhere. It doesn’t have to be a big rollercoaster of a ride, but even if it just transports them somewhere else for a few minutes or evokes an emotional connection, then in my mind, job’s done.”
A magical listening experience that will change your entire outlook if you let it. It’s like a series of films, but your mind creates the visuals in response to the audio stimuli.
A wide-reaching EP with some glorious high points and a journey that goes sonically all over the shop. Each piece feels like it has a narrative to exploit and each does this with great elan. Fine, refined work.
“The live scene in Liverpool is fantastic. It’s probably as good as Nashville, you can go out most nights and see real original songs by talented people that would have been signed up if it was the early 70’s.”
Jenkins’ writing style takes you through the many experiences of life – the successes, the regrets, the little things that light up an average day. When combined with such a genuine and real-time folk-rock sound this lets the songs connect in an honest way.
This project is jam-packed with stories, melodies & musical beauty. You’ll wonder about the world, and you’ll wonder who Louise is.
If you have loads of technology, it shows commitment. Electronic music has replaced guitar music in the sense of being accessible.
There is poetry & soul here, oceans of each – the genre of the music could be just about anything behind a force that fuses those two elements so intensely.
A great songwriter. An artist with the ability to create an image of the music, to build a soundscape that reflects the ideas & the theme flawlessly.
You can easily relate to these words & very quickly remember the melody lines. It’s a pleasure that could only be topped by witnessing the songs live.
Seduced by the emotion of the broken down vocal & simplicity of the musicianship – a sublime level of talent, the sheer power of songwriting & passion.