The English crooner Scott Lavene has recently revealed – Hollywood – which finds a new angle of trajectory.
Hollywood, released on the 23rd, discovers a more in-depth multidimensional persona with a track that scruves the ridges of dirty blues in a piano led composition that allows Scott to express the frustrations and dark edifices of addictions in a song which excoriates the real nature of a life led on the edges of daily reality blurred by the numbing furlows of synthetic escapism.
Whilst the sunny uplands of the Scott Lavene sound are also a pleasure to explore, in Hollywood the darker side of life is given space to be realised.
The English freestyle-rock’n’roller Scott Lavene released the single It’s All Gonna Blow on the 12th.
Prefacing a slew of new material due for release this year, with many a year in the industry in various incarnations – It’s All Gonna Blow – is the first track under his real name and somehow there seems to be a refreshed, more carefree and less seeking-approval by an alter-ego sound to the track which equally gives it a more genuine draw to the pull as Scott surfaces from his own self-created shadows of himself and I look forward to more of his new found freedom of sketched music.