‘Stray Dogs’ expresses the “hardships of living life as a working class citizen under the long-lasting grip of austerity”.
Strained by the string of tired vexations, ‘Stray Dogs’ is a conversation, of which a friend, a family member, or a neighbor, speaking in silence – suffering in silence.
The heft of living is hard enough, but the restrictions of the immediate world not progression for the better – stings like death, at times.
“A cinematic drama with soaring melodies and atmospheric soundscapes to portray the power of endurance” the song is a portrait of folks striving for better whilst battling the restraints of society and the disdain of class division.”
Caring and alive with surreal lyrical executions, Leon’s brand of bluesy intermissions, catapults embattled subjects of a life, into clarity and emotive experiences.
Leon O’Leary is an indie-folk singer-songwriter from Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk, England.