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Jonathan Levy sends us a beautiful gem with ‘Lover Boy’

Singer-songwriter Jonathan Levy sends us a beautiful indie-folk gem with his news single called ‘Lover Boy‘.

This is the 2nd single from Jonathan Levy and he is in fantastic form here. He is a Tel-Aviv-based artist who speaks quite candidly about love and the constant changes that take place in a relationship. These can be good and they can be bad too, such is life. With soft undertones that show care, this is the perfect tonic in a rough year.

“The song describes the complexity of the endless changes in a relationship, both mentally and physically, while the bottom line is that no matter what, love wins all.”

This is the kind of song to play on a mellow weekend morning. A reflective piece with lots of heart and soul, this is a song to make you think. Jonathan Levy is quite stunning on ‘Lover Boy‘ as he glides in with this fine piece of art. Love does always win and we must never forget that.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

8udDha bl0od are back with deeply beautiful ‘’Track 10’’ that pulls on all heart strings

Love reaches all of us. Brighton boys ‘8udDha bl0od’ show their gentle side with the new single ‘’Track 10’’.

I feel the lyrics on this one as the pain of love is sometimes hard to deal with. It’s tough to understand and we do need to deal with it eventually to fully heal, to get the feeling out of us in order to move on. This song is clearly very personal and is best listened to with the volume up very loud- so that each part of the song is truly appreciated for its execution.

Locked away in a countryside cabin for nine months shortly after forming as a band to develop a sound that the band wanted, ‘8udDha bl0od’ are now one of my favorite artists. Influenced by well-known favourites such as Stone Roses, Brian Jonestown Massacre and Tame Impala, this is a group that puts out incredible music with soul & meaning.

Stream this song and more from the bands SoundCloud page and support this talented act.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen