Brighton rocker SANSOM is back with the grinding rock bop ‘Sinner’, an explosive, expressive and all round fine example of brilliant pop-rock songwriting.
Quickly introducing a wall of grinding synths and high-octane guitar lines, ‘Sinner’ wastes no time creating an energetic, stadium worthy alt-rock soundscape. Dipping into the first verse, SANSOM’s expressive low lead vocal opens up the song and guitars dance around the soundscape before the track presses to the vibrant earworm chorus. Progressing towards the middle eight with a chopping instrumental break dappled with falsetto vocals, the track ebbs and flows towards an explosive climax.
Accompanied by a slick black and white video, the track is given a polished visual aid to further add to the track impeccable delivery.
Speaking about the track, SANSOM shares: “The track is inspired by the so-called-rules of certain religions. I had experienced stories from friends about certain churches that weren’t, exactly, accepting of members’ sexuality. No one should ever be made to feel like an outsider because of who they are. Of course, there are some beautiful churches led with a modern direction and love at its centre. However, I was calling that church out that was backwards in its view of sexuality. I want to stand with the ones that don’t fit in with certain views, people that feel like they don’t belong and show them they’re not alone.”
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