As a skilled singer, songwriter and producer, Sunni Colòn already seems supernaturally talented in comparison to your average Joe or Jane. Now, we learn that the man possesses the power of Telekinesis. Coming on the heels of reader-approved single 1000 Roses, this freshly-released album outtake reprises the aforementioned joint’s lush, dreamy vibe. Fluid guitar work, delayed drums and swirling synth ambiance back the artist as he exhibits a vocal delivery so soothing you may forget to pay attention to his poetic lyrics. No need to worry, though; we in the Booth don’t charge extra (or at all) for repeat spins. Though this record won’t be part of the project, those digging it will undoubtedly find more to like on The Els Flowers. Keep it locked for the latest on the forthcoming set, which currently lacks a solid release date.
Written by richard on 06/24/13
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