Welcome to the "Daily Song Drop": theguysfrom.com's song of the day feature where our resident indie music writer and former DJ Shaun Cordingley features a song every weekday that he feels you need to hear.
Indie Singer/songwriter Allman Brown released his debut album 1000 Years in February 2017, and the first single we heard was "Palms", a beautiful folk collaboration with London based singer-songwriter Liz Lawrence. The harmonies between Brown and Lawrence are kind of like a musical hug; with everything underpinned by folk-bordering on a mellow electro-pop, "Palms" is one of those indie tracks that you are going to catch yourself singing for days.
Give "Palms" a listen below:
Honestly, "Palms" is just such a mellow guitar ballad, that just has bits and pieces that edge it's tempo toward a chill electro-pop, but at it's heart, for me, it's all about the way Brown and Lawrence sound together...I just can't get enough of their vocals...
Which means I'm also a sucker for the even more mellow "Sons and Daughters", their first collaboration (and also appearing on 1000 Years--an album that, if you're looking for more really good, relaxed indie folk, you owe it to yourself to check out).
Oh so close to a complete list for the DSD Playlist - Mar 17 , but that's alright...there is over 80 minutes of indie awesomeness available for you right now....not to mention...in case you somehow missed it, here is last months DSD Playlist - Feb 17
Plus, if you're interested, there is also an Apple Music Playlist for the Top 20 Songs of 2016, where I put together my favourite tracks from last year.
Remember, if you want me to expand where I put these playlists beyond Apple Music, you just need to let me know on Twitter, and I'll see what I can do.
The Guys From do not hold the rights to any "Daily Song Drop" songs, it is more our hope to expose our readers to new and different music that we are enjoying, or re-expose them to artists they may have forgotten about.
Above the description of the song will be the song name, followed by the artists' name linked to their website, so you can fall down the rabbit hole, finding and supporting what you dig.