Allman Brown’s title track ‘Bury My Heart’ can’t help but grapple with a planetary dimension where same hyper colors, blind each relationship, into oblivion and perfection. Just like the feel of the touch of her lips so light, sweet, soft – undeniably reconciles each beat of the heart, banishing any resistance.
It’s that light-gap between grey and darkness. Founded in a day, in a memory, in those pair of blinking of eyes – struggling and emerging towards that gap between pop, folk, country. Emotions run high. Love hurting every fiber.
Allman brings that in ‘Bury My Heart’. And correctly brings that kind of conversation into his upcoming EP – locking wispy fraternization, thoughts and methods of transitions.
The colors are vivid, and can protrudes to wild effect.
However, his vocals (although low, level, and soulful) add to the heightening of the initially invisible caps and valleys, his songs bring to the table – without the need to be anything but slight.
It’s a beautiful ballad exercise.
The song was Allman’s way of imagining the end of things and what it might feel like.
His momentum (riding the wave created by his last single ‘Sweetest Thing’ (EP, ‘1000 Years’) with +17 million streams on Spotify) seems to be riding high, and should see him on an extensive tour throughout 2018.
Allman is slated to play at SXSW this March, as well.
His latest EP ‘Bury My Heart’ drops March 16, 2018.