Vincent’s Celestially Raw Debut “Camel Lights” Is the Ethereally Raw Soundscape You Need on Your Playlists

Fans of Tom Waits, Elliot Smith and Leonard Cohen are sure to be enamoured by the latest album “Sonder” from up and coming recording artist Vincent. The pensively orchestral yet simultaneously melodic and transient single keeps the tonality lowkey, yet the emotive weight which will hit you as you listen to the ethereally cinematic sound unfold is anything but understated. There’s heartfelt music, then there’s music that will allow the melancholy to spill out of the soundscape and reverberate through you. Camel Lights is more than just a twee indie ballad about the chosen cigarettes of hipsters, it’s a tentatively raw work of unadulterated expression. As is each of the singles found on Vincent’s singles. If you don’t feel anything after the track concordantly fades out, it’s pretty safe to say that you’re dead inside.

You can check out Vincent’s single Camel Lights for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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