It’s been a few weeks but here comes a new single: “Bubbles”, out on all major stores, including iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music, Spotify, Apple Music & Bandcamp, on the 23rd June! Put it in your diaries and watch this space for links!
Pick up “Scars” now on iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1148329489?ls=1&app=itunes !
Scars is now available on Spotify! Check it out at https://open.spotify.com/album/0mu1wDConwzC3T2nHZz05X or below!
Been working on the bridge to a new track today; the section in my Pro Tools session started this rainy Manchester Monday morning looking like this:
And now looks like this:
Now it just needs some vocals… But that’s me done for today so roll on tomorrow. 😴
A domani 😎
Thanks to the team at Soundwaves Review for the review of my material at http://soundwavesreview.com/featured-indie-artist-chris-soames/:
Darcia writes: “Chris Soames is an indie musician with an album and some singles floating out in the airwaves. His vibe is largely pop-rock, though he leans into alt-rock, blues, electronic, and progressive at various times. His album, called Trip Inside, strikes a cool balance of styles, smashing barriers in the way only indie music manages to do.”
Buy “Scars” on Bandcamp now for a mere 49 English pennies! Enjoy!
Ted Rogen scored the album at 3.5 out of 5, commenting that “[Soames] opens with “Sun In Squares” which is a funky rock song. It’s catchy and a good opener. The mood is upbeat and lively. … [In Whispers in Paris] there is a distinct ’80s vibe that is not too far off from Richard Marx.
Speaking of other decades Soames pulls off an old classic guitar solo on “Trip Inside” as well as the famous talking guitar effect made popular by Peter Frampton. “Fly” is a highlight amongst the batch. The song is hopeful, optimistic and certainly does have a feeling of flying.”
“Trip Inside isn’t exactly an album that will have an easy time finding its way into the underground but it will be appreciated by an audience who has a penchant for pop music.”
Check out the full review at http://www.nomoredivision.com/indie-music-album-reviews/chris-soames-trip-inside.