Posts Tagged ‘gospel soul’

January 5, 2018

Time Can Heal A Man”, but music heals the soul, as demonstrated by Martin Hedegaard, the 24 year old Danish multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer behind the project SAVEUS. The genre bending artist sweeps us off our feet with his buttery smooth voice and a gospel-infused hybrid of soulful pop & widescreen electronica on the stratospheric single. Though we’re already a few days deep into 2018, the year has never felt more welcoming and promising than now, with this massively moving song in tow. It’s obvious the already effusive buzz and praise SAVEUS has received this past year is only going to amplify as we continue to follow along with the hotly tipped artist into the forthcoming months. Stream SAVEUS’ music via Spotify, here.

February 25, 2017

We’ve been avid fans of Bruno Major ever since his first single half a year ago, so we should be no strangers to his talent, but he’s absolutely floored us with his latest single anyway. Just The Same truly “cuts me to the bone”, as the singer songwriter and producer from North London croons ever soulfully on the tender emotive hymnal. Minimalist bass rumbles gently, creating a haunting sense of spaciousness as the singer songwriter, the brother of London Grammar’s Dot Major, serenades us with his raw impassioned vocals, which seem ready to break under the weight of heartfelt emotion. Just The Same is as much somber as it is cathartic, a proclamation of eternal love. It doesn’t matter how shattering it is, it’s freeing to be able to say no matter what happens, I’ll stay loyal to you, and that’s all on me, it’s my choice. Just The Same’s gospel meets blues is reminiscent of Hozier, Jack Garratt, Cobi, and even James Blake’s stripped down, piano driven ballads. The song is the latest in Bruno Major’s song a month series. Bruno Major wrote Just The Same at midnight on February 2nd. He recorded it the very next day, and it’s that very demo that we’re listening to now, in all its warm crinkly authenticity.