Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Ali Gilbert. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I like his style a lot.
The first thing that fascinated me about this artist is the voice that cuts your soul like a blade.
A crystalline and solid timbre that immediately succeeds in distinguishing the music of this artist.
The new single Run By The River is very cleverly composed. The chord progression is never predictable and banal and the listener is entertained by continuous rhythmic twists and melodic variations.
The production is professional and I sincerely believe that Ali Gilbert will be able to get noticed by the masses as he proposes a very popular genre nowadays.
The single is accompanied by a beautiful video, poetic and nostalgic filmed in an impeccable way.
Go and listen to him, it is worth it!
Run By The River is Ali Gilbert’s Single & Video Out Now!
Dreamy and Modern!
Ali Gilbert is a British born self taught Singer/Songwriter from Tamworth UK and has been performing music since the age of 18. From his early 20’s he has written his own original material and since gone on to release his debut EP ‘Truth Be Told’ which includes 5 tracks which include popular singles ‘Runaway’ and ‘Only You’ based on real life personal experiences about love rejection and mental health. After receiving recognition from local press and radio stations such as BBC Introducing he has built a loyal fanbase and had achieved successes in unsigned music competitions Open Mic UK and Soundwaves Music Competition in which he reached the National Finals in both competitions.
After catching the interest of promoters AMG (Academy Music Group) he has performed at prestigious venues such as Cafe 1001 London The Sunflower Lounge NEC, supported popular Indie/Folk Australian Band Sons Of The East and recently sold out the 02 Academy 3 Birmingham on his debut headline EP launch party. His main influences in music are artists such as Plan B Ed Sheeran Justin Timberlake Chris Brown The 1975 James Morrison Paolo Nutini and Motown.