Burning bridges built from astute and lyrical pop music

As Bridges Burn is the sound of Wil Gwin doing what he does best, cutting through the fashionista style over substance approach and just getting on with delivering a decent groovy, dance fuelled soulful pop song. Somehow as he careers around the subsection of the Venn Diagram he has created for himself, this bubble which exists where pop, R&B and soul music meet, he seems to know instinctively just what to fashion a song from so that it is lithe and clean-limbed, unburdened by gimmick and glitter.

This is a perfect example of his musical artisanship a blending of sweet pop addiction with more mature sounds but also employing just enough dance floor sass and swagger to keep things fresh. But if his music is straight to the point,  the lyrics wander through deeper and more thoughtful territory, poetic and soul searching but the charm of the song is that even whilst musing on such a subject he still managing to make the whole thing sound as infectious as hell.

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