Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Find Me There

Two of my brothers have just released their first EP, as part of their musical project Children of Hurin

The album's called 'Find Me There' and features three beautifully pop'y folk songs.

You can download it for free from bandcamp:

The first track, Burn this town down is a passionate song, a story of isolation, of boredom, of taking issue with the world itself. "A case of big city girl meets this little town"
With a stellar chorus and just the right number of oooh's, I'm sure you'll want to listen again.

Find me there is about freedom, reminding us all that our lives don't need to be dominated by other peoples expectations. "Break the chains off your feet, because girl you are free"
Musically this is probably the most complex song on the album creating an addictive mix of quiet guitar riffs with boisterous choruses.

Fall in Love has a satisfying simplicity to it, the kind of song you find yourself singing days after listening to it. As I listen now, I can't help but wish that everyone could find that special someone to share their life with.

Needless to say, I'm immensely proud of what they have produced.

I hope you love it as much as I do.

Children of Hurin - Find Me There

Oh, and if you need still more COH in your life, then check out this live Youtube clip, Ambition.