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Kendall Bowser’s “You Don’t Call Me” an Ode to Post-Breakup Sobering Truths

Nashville’s musical landscape is known for weaving poignant narrative into melodies, and Kendall Bowser’s latest single, “You Don’t Call Me,” is a testament to this tradition. Released on July 28th, this folk-pop anthem resonates with the emotional aftermath of a breakup, portraying the introspective phase that often follows heartache.

Bowser’s musicality and songwriting prowess shine through the high-energy composition, artfully weaving a bittersweet yearning tale that captures the raw essence of the realization’ stage after a relationship ends. The lyrics eloquently convey the singer’s journey of discovering her resilience as she navigates life post-split with authenticity at its heart. 

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The track’s lyrical brilliance offers a multi-layered interpretation that mirrors the intriguing metaphor of her ex-partner’s sobriety paralleled with his absence of communication in her life. It’s a daring artistic move that encapsulates vulnerability and a dash of self-empowerment.

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Anchoring the upcoming EP “Sober Truths,” this single derives its name from a poignant line in the second verse: “now we’ll never see if drunk words turn to sober truths.” This clever wordplay encapsulates the multifaceted nature of post-breakup realizations, where clarity and hindsight often intertwine. The song skillfully explores the duality of sobering truths that emerge after the initial pain has subsided, alongside the poignant connection between silence and sobriety.

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Bowser’s adeptness in crafting compelling narratives shines through “You Don’t Call Me,” painting a vivid picture through her lyrics. The folk-pop genre provides the ideal canvas for her melodic storytelling, giving the song a timeless quality. Its catchy and relatable chorus has the potential to become a staple at music festivals, inviting audiences to sway and sing along.

Kendall Bowser’s music offers a unique blend of personal introspection and relatable experiences that resonate with listeners. Her latest single, “You Don’t Call Me,” is a refreshing take on heartbreak that encourages listeners to embrace their moments of realization and growth. The song’s infectious beat sets the stage for exploring the emotional tapestry of her upcoming EP, “Sober Truths.” As a Nashville-based artist, Kendall Bowser’s music is an actual work of expressive artistry that touches the hearts of all who listen.

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SEAKER stirs a symphony of despair with “Strange Old Thing”

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Strange Old Thing,” the latest single written and produced by SEAKER, the North London-based DIY independent artist also known as Kiran Hungin, and masterfully mixed by Rick David, invites listeners into a profoundly personal adventure through the labyrinth of loss and recovery. Her signature muted piano and ethereal vocal harmonies are complemented by a haunting slide guitar, creating an intimate and expansive soundscape.

Strange Old Thing,” SEAKER’s second release this year following ‘Grown,’ is a testament to her prowess as a DIY independent artist. It captures the essence of navigating the delicate balance between love and a poignant reflection on the bewildering pain of losing someone significant. The eventual lessons learned from such heartache resonate with an enchanting beauty that lingers long after the final note fades.

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The track builds gradually, a percussive crescendo that mirrors the emotional journey from sorrow to empowerment. SEAKER masterfully conveys that even in the depths of despair, there is a glimmer of hope and a lesson waiting to be discovered. Her ability to transform personal pain into a universally relatable experience makes “Strange Old Thing” a standout.

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For anyone who has ever grappled with loss, this song offers a comforting embrace and a reminder that healing is possible. “Strange Old Thing” is a sonic emotional catharsis, an absolute must-listen for those seeking solace in music. SEAKER’s evocative storytelling and introspective melodies ensure this track earns its place in your playlist.

 

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“Day Makes” by Mark Perry delivers rays of melodic sunshine

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Having built a loyal following across Canada, MARK PERRY, the pride of Northern British Columbia, delivers yet another gem that resonates with listeners far beyond his charming home in Smithers. “Day Makes,” the lead single from Mark Perry’s forthcoming album ‘Glimpses,’ is a breath of fresh, folky air.

Day Makes” is a lively and soothing acoustic folk anthem infused with positivity, warmth, and wisdom, a testament to Perry’s talent for crafting personal and universal songs. From the first strum of the guitar, you can feel the pulse of optimism coursing through the music, wrapping listeners in a warm embrace and reminding them that even the darkest times are temporary and there’s always a new day on the horizon. It explores the difference the day makes with encouraging rhythmic vibes radiating the infectious energy Perry is known for sharing in his triumph over darkness.

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Perry’s rich and reassuring voice carries the weight of experience and the lightness of optimism. His simple yet profound lyrics strike a chord with anyone who’s ever faced hardship. Lines like “the night feels long, but the day makes it right” perfectly encapsulate the song’s essence, offering a message of resilience, renewal, and hope that resonates deeply, especially in today’s challenging times.

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It’s the first light after a long night, a testament to the power of perseverance. Known for his good-humored and thought-provoking performances, Perry’s charm is evident in every note. Whether in a festival crowd dancing under the stars or in intimate theaters seeking musical solace, “Day Makes” feels like an old friend offering a comforting hand.

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For longtime fans or newcomers who appreciate authentic, heartfelt music, “Day Makes” is a must-listen. It’s a sonic reminder of the power of hope and the promise of new beginnings. Add it to your playlist, and let Mark Perry’s uplifting melody be the soundtrack to brighter days ahead.

 

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