Why Do You Have To Be Cross About It? My new single -listen now by clicking on the link below. Enjoy!

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Hi, a bit about my new song – Why do you have to be cross about it? First thing, my 7 year old brother Louis, plays the drums in this recording. His first time ever playing in the recording studio and I think he did a brillaint job! I came up for the guitar riff for this song one evening when I was just playing around with my guitar. It sounded really nice and so I wrote the tabs. Before I knew it I had the entire song worked – the verse, the pre chorus and the the chorus on the guitar. I then sat down to write the lyrics. My mum really liked this song and so did I, so I decided to go to the recording studio to record it.  In the recording studio I played the guitar for this song and we added some drive to give the guitar a more metal sound. When I sang, I sort of  mixed the vocals up a bit towards the end of the song to add more interest. Im really happy and I hope you enjoy it, thanks for listening.

Wild Imagination – My new single, click below to listen – enjoy!

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Hello again! Thanks for stopping by. So the other day, I went back to the studio to record some other songs. Wild Imagination, one of my latest songs is a really loud, upbeat fast tempo song! In fact it’s so fast that its even hard to keep up with the singing. There is a certain story of how I came up with this song. A while back I was out in our garden and my mum asked me to go and play dinasours because I had a wild imagination. Then I just kept singing how I thought the song was going to be like. I worked out the riff on my guitar and then wrote the lyrics. When it was done, I thought it would be another one to record. The problem was that it was a bit repetative and there needed to be a different sound in one part of the song. Thats when I came up with two new ideas, a part in the middle of the song (the instrumental) where it slows down. This adds a real build in the song. The other idea was a different ending which I think sounds brilliant in the actual recording – a sort of ladder of power chords.  I really cannot stop listening to it. I hope you enjoy it.