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Guy Rooks ‘Fall’ : Reverential vocals, contrast into the being of the song’s soul and archetypical resonance.

Guy Rooks

Guy Rooks’ understated phenomenon is ‘Fall’. A singular apparition of lyrical attention and affection, the song’s effervescent ironies and succumbing cynicisms, tap on the twinkling axioms of love, and victory.

Said Guy: “Life and death greet each other as if old friends, no hard feelings. Letting go, just knowing things will one day flourish again. Maybe it is time for us too to surrender. This song came to me like the wind carrying the leaves, effortlessly.”

It’s a positivity, that is anthemic, and loving.

A contemporary folk rock, with the jazzy framing, Guy’s reverential vocals, contrast into the being of the song’s soul and archetypical resonance.

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