Joshua Woo teaches us to let the light shine free again on, ‘Sunflower Seeds’

After first impressing us with his BBC Introducing featured single ‘Beyond The Glass‘, Joshua Woo returns with a special soundtrack to summer that is hugely welcome with, ‘Sunflower Seeds‘.

Joshua Woo is a UK-based indie singer-songwriter and music producer who puts his whole heart and soul into all of his catchy inventions.

I wrote Sunflower Seeds as a message of hope for anyone who needs it. The world has been a real crazy place for a while now and instead of just pointing that out I wanted to write something that could bring people some joy. It’s very interpretative though and I’m really happy for anyone to get what they want from the lyrics.” ~ Joshua Woo

Showing us that we may alleviate our stress if we close our tired eyes and find that inner courage to be happy again, Joshua Woo sends our thoughts into a much better world again through his soothing vocal artistry that is certainly mood-altering.

Sunflower Seeds‘ from UK-based indie singer-songwriter Joshua Woo is such a calming track that will bring you to a more relaxed place than before. The lyrics presented are rather peaceful and filled with hope, that we can actually be happy again like we deserve. He sings with a joyous exuberance that is rather contagious (in a good way), as we are brought into a better world where the birds are chirping and the flowers are blooming rather beautifully.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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