We've been enjoying the homely self-written sounds of Christopher Taylor for years. Why is he not more famous? Perhaps the stars are aligning for this silver-haired songwriter from sunny Yorkshire. This latest single is named after the mysterious jewels of distant radiance and once more shows us why the BBC and many other radio channels want to play Taylor's music.
A delicate hand-picked guitar melody opens with branches of sound. Then, a collapse of bass and drum brings out the vocal as chords harmonise with the well-written melody. We can almost sing-a-long already, let's learn the words. As the stars shine for the chorus, the music bursts into bloom like my Azalea this weekend. A funky layering of melody in the lyrics boosts the delivery as the music roars into the air from its humble melodic roots. Definitely a high-reacher, it's obvious the velocity is set for escape.
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