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Finally Happy: Duval struggles to rid his heart of those feelings on Can’t Let Them Go

Projecting his pain, which is intertwined within a love that is so toxic but strangely pleasurable, Duval has been low recently just when things were back on track with a new partner on Can’t Let Them Go.

Duval is a Bronx, New York-based indie alternative creative who has zero limits and fuses in his love for rapping, the guitar and singing.

Duval’s musical influences consist of many different types of music genres. These include some older generation names such as The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Linkin Park and Eminem. His influences also include some modern musicians, such as Drake, Post Malone, The Weeknd and MGK.” ~ Duval

Bringing an emotional aura which shall urge us to reconsider those romantic moments which can shatter rather easily, Duval shall open up our eyes and get our hearts beating rather quicker.

Can’t Let Them Go from Bronx, New York-based indie alternative artist Duval is a rather ear-filling single which will make many nod their heads in unison. Performed with so much passion and relatable pain, this is a superb song to hold on to securely and play on full volume when everything is spinning out of control.

Moving on from a true love is always the hardest.

Listen up on Spotify. See the energy continue on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Howl in the Valley releases EP Rock Candy Sessions

Up and Coming Folk-Rock band Howl in the Valley have dropped their latest three-track collection ‘Rock Candy Sessions’.

Having a range of different instrumentation throughout each track, from the harmonica, to the calming sound of the acoustic guitar, adding in that slight tap on the tambourine.

Some elements really bring in that Folk sound however on the track ‘Driva’ that infuses the Rock element, by adding in that slighter heavier riff on the electric guitar and amping up the volume through the instrumentation. The vocals use a lot more volume, rather than the previous track which was very mellow and soothing.

The end track is definitely the one that stands out the most, you really hear the pure roar emotion that comes seeping through the vocals, as the tone is kept at a steady pace and having that rather brittle tone in places. Using the guitar as the main instrument for this one, giving it it’s own time to play the calming riffs in a short guitar solo.

Howl in the Valley has created a really mesmerising collection of stripped-back songs, it’s just them with their instruments in all their glory and it’s really impressive.

Listen to Howl in the Valley Rock Candy Sessions by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Karley Myall