Following on from his award winning single Where The Ships Go To Die in 2020, Scotland's prized singer/songwriter returns with a beautiful ballad. Esteemed folk rock fans all over the world have eagerly awaited this brand new release, which came out today on all major platforms. Written about regrets and moving on, this multi-faceted composition draws another line in the book of musical history and they all point to Scotland.
Piano and guitar work together to sparkle a pretty tune into reflective pools. Colin Clyne begins the song, a quietly strong voice casts a magical spell of perfect tone. A sense of Meatloaf rings through the production, a dreamy and masculine mix of emotions gradually gather pace and become a force to acknowledge. After a chorus, the music changes style and rises up with orchestration and rhythm. This settles back to the chorus which once again builds through its presence with a mix of harmony and progressive character.
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