So I was so busy last week that I didn’t get round to releasing a track! Well fret not, as today you’re getting a stand alone among the tracks; To The Grave. A funky lyrical track, with intricate drum and bass work and fuzzy guitar I’m sure you’ll enjoy!
The track is about living with contradictory reservation – that is, living to the fullest, but living wary of over flowing. Of course, my lyrics are written in a way that interpretation is always an option. It can even double up as being written about the self analysis of an individual, paridoxically thinking little and much of themselves, but acknowledging the external parties that make it either relevant or irrelevant.
Either way, I’m sure you’ll find something in there that speaks to you!
As I missed releasing this last week, you’ll be treated to 2, or maybe even 3 this week! So keep your eyes out, folks!
Click the featured image for the full poster!
28th December, be sure to be ready to party in Leicester! I’ve gone and arranged a band, with a bigger and badder sound than ever. With an hour set, fully arranged with narrative for me to waffle on and put you in the shoes of our theatrical anti-hero.
Support will be announced over the coming weeks, including some spectacular acoustic and solo performances embracing emotive poetry and sounds, let alone the beefy bands that will be booming from The Sound House’s P.A.
I can’t wait to share what I’ve got planned, but I have to. However no need to fret, as there will still be a track every week running up to the launch (this weeks will be released tomorrow, a specially haunting track featuring just a voice, acoustic guitar, and piano to create a cold, lonesome sound to aptly portray the suffrage of its lyrical content.
Be sure to head over to the Bandcamp to check out my other tracks! Here’s a few particularly creepy ones for your halloween weekend…
P.S. Don’t forget about the halloween party at Dryden Street Social this Saturday, with myself, Siobhan Mazzei, Luke Broughton, Hubcap, Timmas, Hell’s Addiction, Goldwater and DJ set from Biff Bang Pow! Gonna be a corker indeed!!!
It’s only Monday and you’re already getting a new track! This is a peculiar one, full of obscure time signatures, with a baroque approach to instrumentation and composition. The lyrics theme around a bitter love story of delusional romance and expectation, contextually built in a knights and dragons fantasy land.
Check it out in all of its weirdness! Expect more like it too…
… Well, maybe not too soon.
So, I’ve been slowly releasing WAVES for about 2 months now. Have you been keeping updated? Since starting, I’ve released a landscape of musical stylings, as you may know. The most popular are Fantasy, Caravan O’Funk, and Story of I! You can listen to them all below:
Plenty more to come, so be sure to subscribe to this blog & keep updated with new gig announcements, new releases and news!
There is also a second reason for this blog post: The WAVES event page will be launching on Facebook NEXT WEEK! So be sure to like & follow the Homeless Shakespeare Facebook page, which you can find by clicking the link below
Without it, how would you know I’m performing on the line up on the lovely poster at the top of this blog post? It’s all for a charity supporting the unemployed and poverty stricken too.
Hope you enjoy the tracks, readers.
As promised, a new track every week (at least one, anyway).
This one was, quite obviously, written in quite a dark period. I think it speaks for itself.
The only track of WAVES I’ll be putting out this week is the mellow vibes of Autumn Land.
I initially released this track as a single a while ago, but hid it again. Now, it’s part of a long term release. The track was written about romanticised obsession behaviour; a character in a lonely world, concious of his actions but unable to do anything about them.
If you’re a fan of bassy vocals, chilled acoustic guitar vibes and theatrical narrative, be sure to have a listen (and maybe even download it)
More experimental, darker depths of my sounds will be coming next week, so keep your eyes peeled!
So tomorrow, I’ll be supporting the unique Robert J Hunter band at The Musician, Leicester!
The blues man will be bringing his band to Leicester after his critically aclaimed debut album ‘Songs for the Weary‘ and 2015 follow up album ‘Before The Dawn‘. His dirty blues continue with his new album ‘Where I’m From‘ and will surely continue for years to come.
Support is coming from Jesse Wright, Ali Clinton, and I myself will be performing my rawest, bluesiest tracks.
19:30 onwards, £7 entry
Here’s the event page —> Facebook event page