From love to all that is involved in surviving and thriving, there lies the pulsing embers of Danny Pynes’ ever effervescent single ‘Gallows’. A trek down a rock, pop, and Nashville spoken-word road, Danny shows his listeners of what life could be, in any ceremony and decadence.
“Lonely hearts fall in love, fall apart, and we get blood on our hands.”
In the best story telling traditions of John Mellencamp, Billy Joel, and Bruce Springsteen, Danny takes a similar road in opening up revelries with the aim of connecting, embracing, and ultimately folding into a complexity that exists.
After self-releasing 2015’s ‘End of Times’ album, demos of Pynes’ new tracks started to circulate around South Florida, eventually reaching the ears of Grammy-winning producer Jim Jonsin who was in the process of moving to Nashville himself, and looking for that perfect mix of country, rock and hip-hop that he felt was missing in today’s music industry.
Guitar in-tow, the singer hauled back and forth across state lines, sometimes driving through the night, from Florida to Tennessee on odd weekends to work with the hit-maker Jonsin in various writing camps and sessions before packing up in 2019 and relocating.
Look for a new EP soon, as new singles drop from the heart of Danny Pynes.
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Happy July 4th y'all. Feeling a bit weird today on what typically is one of my favorite days. Maybe it's the fact that this is typically a day to get together my dearest friends in celebration and this year we're forced to be distant. Maybe it's because today is typically a day to celebrate our country, and recently it's been so evident how much there is to be critical of here. I hope you all are safe tonight and know that if it's worth it we can strive to be a bit closer to perfect. 🇺🇲❤️ Photo credit @josh_kranich