Check out the video premiere of the emotional ‘Page’ from Colin Bracewell. The combination of Bracewell’s intimate lyrics and heartfelt vocal performance is truly affecting. when he sings vulnerable lines like: “I know you don’t hate me,” the listener feels involved and invested, absorbed into the song’s meaning and feeling. ‘Page’ begins with delicate guitar work before his loss-laden voice draws us into the song. He possesses an impressive range and falsetto, with more hushed moments punctuated with bursts of greater volume. There’s an authentic, dark introspection to Bracewell’s work, which translates well to this live rendition and the beautiful location in the accompanying video.
This single is taken from his new EP ‘Valley’, which is his second release, and demonstrates his maturing songcraft. Originally from Canada, Bracewell is now based in Minneapolis, where he is building a deserved reputation as a fine songwriter and performer. For a young artist, Bracewell manages to create reflective songs that are full of character, experience and nostalgia. This song is your doorway into the music of a very promising singer-songwriter. Enjoy.
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