The English alt-folk creator Bruno Major revealed the latest track – Just The Same – within the past couple of hours.
The material that Bruno writes has a sense of honesty that is palpable through the speakers which gives it the strong emotional tie to the audience. The earthy connectivity between performer and audience is reflected by the rapidity songs are launched to the wider world as, in the case of Just The Same, which was only written earlier this month and hasn’t sat in a folder to be revised, reworked and revisited for a year or two prior to seeing the light of day and for that I give Bruno Major credit.
The roughly three and a half minutes track has an almost gospel feel in its underlying spirituality, which the fact that I felt this was something you should hear as soon as possible, causes me great surprise, as I am not exactly a ‘spiritual folk’ – however – that is the power of music, as from unlikely sources come tracks that need to be on the playlist.
The newest track to surface Glambience is of very different mood to previous material that has appeared, perhaps appropriately so given the project name, with an approaching five minutes of soothing ambience revolving through the room.
The ambient-EDM project of Dan Meldrum – Prangman from England released the four track EP Chambers on the 15th.
Perhaps it is due to the fact that I wrote this article on Friday late morning on the 10th that the soft textures of sound – featuring vocals by Lyndsey Murray that this made sense, though given it is also Friday – albeit a week later that this is being published – it may also make perfect sense too as a means to wind down in to the weekend.