Track of the Day

TRACK OF THE DAY: George Glew – ‘Bury Me’

The debut single ‘Bury Me’ from Bristol’s George Glew is a simple, yet heart-wrenching fight between the musical elements.

Powerful vocals and rough guitar riffs entwine and build throughout the track to give each listener their own personal set of goosebumps. The track title and opening line ‘Bury Me’ sets a sombre narrative which builds as the track goes on. George has created the perfect soundtrack for moments of sadness and despair, while persuading the listener that there is always hope –“Take my hand, I will guide you home”.

George brings emotional vocal delivery, similar to Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, while recreating the dark instrumental tone of The National – the perfect combination. The recently released, live music video portrays the simplicity of the single, yet adds even more emotion and consequently leads to a captivating experience.

Be sure to follow George as he releases a new track each month for the following 12 months. Each track is bound to be an emotional encounter, leaving us listeners eager to hear the next.

The debut single ‘Bury Me’ is available now to stream on all major streaming sites.

Catch George Glew at the following live shows:

July 25th – The Gallimaufry, Bristol
August 29th – The Gallimaufry, Bristol
September 26th – The Gallimaufry, Bristol

Find George Glew on Facebook and Twitter.

Danny Lynd
Vocalist of 'dome hall' - a Newcastle based band. Review writer at Bitter Sweet Symphonies.

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