‘Empty Thoughts’ is a rather unique record. Exploring slick indie territories, it’s catchy, relatable and strongly vocal-based, mesmerising the listeners with simple melodies and a certain lo-fi character, especially in its production, quite gritty and saturated. Penned by Birmingham-based creative Frank Bramble, the single is a collaboration with fellow artist Hanwell. The two represent the best Britain has to offer, in terms of sleazy and skeleton-like indie stylings. A pop song with a charming and alternative livery, we’d say. We are into it!
Anticipating a larger release, ‘Empty Thoughts’ is the second track in a series of four singles to be released to the wider public: “It is by far my own personal favourite, in hindsight, maybe I should’ve saved the best til last! I just couldn’t wait” – Bramble explains enthusiastically.
Lyrically, the record tries to embrace the many faces of pursuing a career in music, with all its hypocrisies and struggles. “It delves into the labyrinthine world of the music industry, shedding light on the challenges of recognition, playlist submissions, and navigating the ever-shifting landscape of creativity”, Frank explains. A never-ending research for creative glory that we are confident will end rather well, at least in Bramble’s case.
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