Thompson Faulk - Wasn't There

18 mai 2018

[English version below*]

Thompson Faulk nous vient de Charleston, en Caroline du Sud, et vous offre votre moment de détente du vendredi soir. Dès l'intro, l'artiste nous envoie toute sa puissance. L'histoire, c'est celle d'une jeune fille qui se fiche de tout, et profite de la vie, sans se préoccuper du regard des autres. L'artiste, très à l'aise vocalement et dans la maîtrise des instruments, fait preuve d'une grande maturité dans l'interprétation. Chaque note est posée intelligemment, chacune bien à sa place, et la mélodie devient logique. C'est promis, avant la fin du deuxième refrain, vous chanterez avec lui. Et vous l'aurez dans la tête pendant quelques heures. Extrait de son deuxième album "Edge of The USA" à paraître le 15 juin chez Coast Records (on a hâte!), "Wasn't There" est disponible depuis aujourd'hui sur Spotify et iTunes, et inclus dans notre nouvelle playlist "Indie Folk" sur Spotify.

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Thompson Faulk comes from Charleston, South Carolina, and offers you a relaxing Friday night. From the intro, the gives all his power. The story is about a girl who doesn't really care about anything, enjoying life without worrying about what people think. The artist, very comfortable in the vocals and in the control of the instruments, shows a great maturity in the interpretation. Each note is intelligently placed, each well in its place, and the melody becomes logical. We promise, before the end of the second chorus, you will sing with him. And you'll have the song running in your head for a few hours. Taken from his second album "Edge of The USA" to be released on June 15th at Coast Records (we can't wait!), "Wasn't There" is available from today on Spotify and iTunes, and included in our brand new "Indie Folk" playlist on Spotify.

*Please note we're French. And English is not our native language so the translation may contain some language mistakes. We provide a translation to help bands & musicians to understand what we wrote about them, but most of our readers are French.