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Can You Show Me... Where To Land?

With Lifelike Figures - Our recent album release, I took on a new way of composing and producing each song included in the project. 

I used to have a set way of doing this sort of thing - very linear, and I wouldn't often stray from this path of creativity. 

Lifelike Figures was a complete whirlwind. Something I just let evolve by itself, song by song, idea by idea (good or bad).

The first acoustic number I wrote for the album just landed in my lap - I wrote the music and the lyrics within about 30 minutes. There was no need to change any of the progressions, or any of the literature for the verses. It was a song that found me - I didn't find it. 

It's called Land

Below is the first image we've published in relation to the song, and I created this post today as I feel this image is my favorite piece of art linked to my music so far. Its innocence and 'Banksy' type of feel is perfect for the song it showcases...

I've also put together a 9:16 video advert using the image - So I can spam the shite out of TikTok, Facebook Reels, Instagram and YouTube Shorts. 

(Any indie artists out there reading this - I FULLY recommend spamming the fuck out of social media platforms whenever you can get away with it... Free advertising is free advertising at the end of the day!)

Anyway - Here's the short vid advert...

Music will always find you - In most cases THE BEST music will find a composer when he/she is looking in the other direction. 

Keep creating, every day. 

Aim for the stars. 


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