Drew Davies has shared his new single titled ‘The Comeback’. The track is taken from his forthcoming second album ‘Holloway Nights’.
Speaking on the track Drew tells us:
“The Comeback was written during as I emerged from a particularly hard time in my life; it’s a cry for freedom and an anthem for regaining control of your own destiny.
I wanted the song to sound powerful and to hit hard on one hand; whilst wrapping the other arm around you; in a bid to encapsulate both the defiance and hope in the music…I was living opposite Joe Meek’s old Telstar studio on Holloway Road, London; and one night I felt inspired to run a DX7 through an old bass amp in the corner. When I heard the sound pulsating out I knew this was the strident sound I’d been looking for.”
With an 80s percussive vibe the track slides into life with a low grating guitar riff that supports Davies and his gruff vocals. Coloured by high pitched synths that track explodes on the chorus. The track oozes a uniquely cinematic brilliance that is echoed by the video and is finished off by a full on rock guitar solo from Chris Haddleton.
Check it out, here
Read our interview with Davies here