With gravitational and seductive vocals, Andrew Brassell’s ‘Habits’ is an exalting platitude to the heavens of our hearts and souls.
The single is full of love, cynically contorted, but ravenously represented in a package that is undeniable and unassailable. Beautiful vocals envelope the grandeur of Andrew’s lyrics, with gentle pieces of sugar and folksy spice. A rendition of revival, of the most indelible and intimate.
A love that caresses trepidation but warrants total freedom from the mainstream mores, gazing with open mind and soul, diving off into the pool of the unknown.
Nashville born, LA-residing, composer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Brassell has spent the past decade releasing solo albums under the moniker of “Slowmotions”, honing his signature guitar sound, playing, recording and producing with the likes of Susanna Hoffs, The Haden Triplets, Jon Brion, Fred Armisen, Belinda Carlisle, The Section Quartet, and many more.
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I’ve got a new harmony saturated, synth bass-d, fuzz guitar-d surreal pop song out today courtesy of @records_yk ! You can find it in all of the regular digital/streaming places and whatever you do, don’t forget to wear some good headphones or crank it wayyyy up on your speakers. Your relationship with your neighbor has probably gotten too good lately anyway.