Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Colin Clyne. I discovered this fantastic artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I instantly liked his amazing voice and style.
Clyne’s music immediately reminds you of Bob Dylan, fantastic lyrics and folk sounds.
The Production is of the highest level and you feel like listening to the artist live, near a fire at sunset.
The melodies and the amalgam of sounds make you immediately dream of the Scottish Highlands where William Wallace once fought and lived.
I got thirsty listening to Clyne’s music, beer and especially whisky are the best company while listening to these wonderful songs.
His kind of music varies between alternative, folk, country and rock and each song can surprise you by adding a new element.
We are talking about a musician of the highest level, you can tell by the quality of the chords progression and the sound quality of his albums.
Fantastic discovery that we must suggest to all of you!
You Can’t Wish A Good Guy Away is Colin Clyne’s new single out now!
Award-Winning musician capable of singing you the best stories!
The latest single “You Can’t Wish A Good Guy Away” from award winning Scottish singer songwriter Colin Clyne is released on 13th November and is available on all top digital platforms via Royale Music/INgrooves (A wholly owned Universal Music Company).
Aberdeen based alt-folk singer-songwriter, Colin Clyne has a remarkable way of cutting straight through the heart of his listeners’ emotions. With a passion for songwriting, Clyne’s story-like lyrics and original melodies expose a truly sensitive artist whose unique vocals have the power to provoke a profound response.
When asked about the story behind the new single Clyne added “it’s a self-explanatory song of scorn, defiance, irreverence and revenge. ‘Dylanesque’ in nature, a real fighting fire with fire open letter to the detractors if you will.”
‘Good Guy’ is a follow up to Clyne’s latest release of “Where The Ships Go To Die ” which radio play continues on BBC stations and Louder Than War magazine declaring the new single, “… a stunning track…” Colin was excited to keep this project on Scotland shores working alongside producer/engineer, Steve Curtis of Floortom Productions.