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Before The Lights Go On: Cardiff’s Columbia drop lyric video for lively new single ‘Meet Me at Dawn’

Bringing us their top shelf sound with a zestful story about those temptations in the early hours after a night out, Columbia are dynamic on their new single called ‘Meet Me at Dawn‘.

Cardiff, Wales-based Columbia bring us that terrific rock n roll sound, as they light up the skies with that stunning and effortless delivery that reminds you of good times, as they mesh a captivating experience for the soul to deliciously immerse into with a huge smile on your eager face.

As we enter the story of a world where the night has finished but you want to be with them when you go home, even if you are both not really into it. You sense that they are in another place and this crushes your soul, as something keeps you going back even if you know you probably shouldn’t peruse this.

They thunderously stroll in with loads of confidence on a vigorous single packed full of powerful solos and passionate vocals that is a breathtaking listen, full of world class appeal.

Meet Me at Dawn‘ from excellent Cardiff indie rock band Columbia, is a bluesy riff-lovers dream – as this is a song that shows you that the heart wants what it shouldn’t want sometimes – as you just don’t want to be alone in this unsocial world full of self-doubt and anxiousness.

See the tremendous lyric video on YouTube and see their IG for future gig news.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

The declaration of the new life: Darnell Miller leads the way on what’s possible on ‘Forget What U Heard’

Darnell Miller sends the world a soulful message to declare that he has moved on to better things via the lyric video for ‘Forget What U Heard‘.

Darnell Miller is a multi-skilled arts educator, indie-soul singer-songwriter, producer and presenter, who is on a life-long mission to to be truly happy inside the deepest part of his heart with a fresh start.

He sings with such a positive outlook and his voice is soulful and meaningful during each word. His tone is strong, confident and exciting to hear while he performs with a peace inside him. He is ready to get away from the fake posers and into a world of happiness.

This is the story of a man who is content inside and he can’t explain why but it seems like he has moved somewhere new, to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city and to be in a quiet place. At the end of the day, this is a man who just wants a peaceful life and to play his guitar.

Forget What U Heard‘ cuts away from the games and is a statement to all the gossipers who are clearly bored with their lives. He has walked away from all of the small talk in his town and wants a simple life.

Darnell Miller is fine example of how you can keep things simple if you want to and be who you choose to be. No one else has that choice; only you.

Hear this track on full volume via YouTube, Spotify and check out his news on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Take a break from this madness: Wendel urges us to take a different outlook on laid-back debut lyric video ‘These Times’ (ft. Keith Carlock)

Wendel goes against the current worldly riptide and shows us what attitude you really should have right now, on the soulfully real tongue-in-cheek debut single ‘These Times‘ (ft. Keith Carlock).

Wendel is a London-born, Yorkshire-based singer-songwriter and brought in drummer extraordinaire Keith Carlock to lace an extra element that adds so much to this single.

This is a project that was made during the wild year of 2020 and this song matches those events that we will never forget as a human race.

With a laid-back style that is is all about chilling out, having a few cold beverages and encourages a relaxation from this madness with music that has a jazzy-soul feel. His welcome vocals are smooth and inviting to the listener, the sax makes this song so enjoyable and with quality drum sounds combined with that saucy bass adding a layer of goodness, there is so much to like here through this enjoyable ride to finding our minds again.

These Times‘ (ft. Keith Carlock) from the self-aware Wendel is the true story of not being too hard on yourself right now. As long as you are putting the effort in and doing your best, its okay to sit back on your day off and chill out from the constant barrage of bad news and world events. Your mental health is so much more important than stressing out about things you can’t control.

With a mellow style of lyrics that puts a smile on your face, this is exactly the type of music that will free your mind and help you breathe again.

See this smartly-made lyric video on YouTube and see more on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Adventures in Sydney: Really Nice bless our hearts with well-made lyric video for ‘Been a Long Time’

The 80’s type waveform of silky sound treats from Really Nice filters in rather quickly and the lyric video ‘Been a Long Time’ gives you those happy chills inside your whole body. This wonderful creation is reminder to the good old days of when life was simple and we had cassette tapes to slide into our VCR’s. A message of hope and a positive outlook is airlifted to us and the results are so satisfying.

This is the back to the future type of vibe that blows in like a lost leaf from outside in the garden. Simple times indeed. These are happy memories.

This indie-pop electronic feel is so pleasurable and the lyric video is so well-done to make you sing along as intended. This is a message of hope among darkness with the Sydney act leading the way as their country removes the shackles and breaks free- cautiously- back to a kind of normal world again.

The Australian band feature a massive lizard, birds and a few dogs along with sultry vocals that blends into your soul like a fresh pair of shoes. This is all about getting that sign and just going for it as you know that this is your time to soar in life, and not be held back on a leash any longer. You take a deep breath and marvel at the simple and effective message here which is a needed one at that too.

With so much bad news around, this is a positive message from Really Nice believe in yourself and do what makes you happy. It’s ‘Been a Long Time’ but to dream and jump up to reach your goals; is the only way to grow and be who you want to be.

Stream their new track via YouTube and see more music adventures on FB.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Glenn Godfrey sings with loving memories on ‘I Wish’ (Official Lyric Video)

UK artist Glenn Godfrey sings with loving memories on ‘I Wish‘ (Official Lyric Video) and this is a fine song from a caring singer with a strong voice. He makes music in honor of his late Dad, his biggest fan and this is a top single with meaning.

A singer-songwriter from Essex, who has had the privilege of performing alongside some great artists such as, Tom Odell, Professor Green, Devlin, Mark Ronson and The Fratellis, Glenn is building up his name in the UK music scene.

You love them so much and things are great. Then you get the call that you had been dreading. Things are going to be different now and you wish that things were so different. Life will be harder but you must be strong and do what you love. Making music will keep you strong.

Glenn Godfrey is terrific on ‘I Wish‘ (Official Lyric Video) as this is a difficult topic to deal with. This is a lovely indie song with lots of layers full of wonderful vocals and the delivery is flawless. A fine effort indeed from the UK singer.

Click here for the YouTube page.

Here is the Facebook link.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Ravishing beats with Richie Ravello feat. Ryan Spring Dooley, Elisa Zoot, Juppy Nash – Ice Cream Truck [Lyric Video]

Richie Ravello returns with the full crew feat. Ryan Spring Dooley, Elisa Zoot, Juppy Nash on the catchy 80’s inspired Hip Hop single that gets the taste-buds awake on ‘Ice Cream Truck‘.

This is all about ice cream and working out if you are into him or her. You watch them eat ice cream and are starting to get into them, or are you? Perhaps you will be friends or perhaps not, time will tell.

The beat is so catchy here and I find myself getting into this song the more I listen to it. It has a wavy and hazy kind of feel, the break beat style really gets me keen for more. I like how simple the lyric video is, it shows the actress eating an ice cream and I lick my lips as I am fascinated by this whole creation.

Ice Cream Truck‘ is one of the more original releases of 2020 and Richie Ravello feat. Ryan Spring Dooley, Elisa Zoot and Juppy Nash entertain us highly here on this fab track.

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Head through to the Insta page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Prince of Sweden pulls on the heart strings with live video of ”If You Speak to Her, Tell Her Thanks for Me”

Breakups are an emotional roller coaster and can really affect you for years. Perhaps forever. However, you can learn a lot about yourself and its important to cherish those good memories.

Prince of Sweden is a true indie folk singer-songwriter from South London and is emerging slowly but surely on the UK music scene. ”If You Speak to Her, Tell Her Thanks for Me” is the new release from this young musician and we are blessed to have a lyric video to watch.

Recorded at Stonepitts Farm, this is a beautifully sung live track and I really enjoy the simple video. This is a sad song and was captured perfectly. The message here is that Prince of Sweden (James Phippen) is grateful for the great times but knows that it’s over and time to move on.

Wearing a smart white jumper, Prince of Sweden encapsulates a man that is expressing his hidden pain about this new development. I like his voice a lot and would love to watch Prince of Sweden play live. This is the type of singer-songwriter that is low-key and not worries about being flashy on Social Media.

Let’s look for more songs from this real talent who is sure to shine on the local scene when pubs and venues open up again. He is a mysterious figure who will have his time to shine.

To find out more about future shows head to his Facebook page.

Click on this YouTube link to hear this beautiful song for this brilliant singer-songwriter from South London.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen