Richard Hawley se inspira en los sesenta en “Prism In Jeans”

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Richard Hawley is inspired by the sixties in “Prism In Jeans”

British singer Richard Hawleyformer guitarist of the group pulpadvances his next album “In This City They Call You Love” with the release of the single “Prism in Jeans”.

British artist Richard Hawley, known for his contributions to the group longpigs and more later pulpadvances his next study project, “In This City They Call You Love”which will see the light may 31 through BMGwith the release of the song “Prism In Jeans”.

And after the publication of the previous “Two For His Heels” and “Heavy Rain”, “Prism In Jeans” is the third advance of the ambitious work of Hawley, who after almost twenty-five years of career, continues to be one of the leading composers of their generation. Richard Hawley's new single is a song that remains in his elegant line, but written from the depths of his heart, with that deep look.

As he has publicly stated about this new song: “I love the music of that era before The Beatles, The Tornados and The Shadows. That kind of distant world. I've always liked that era, whether it sounds cool or not.” “As a song, it's about someone who is like a rainbow in a very small space.” “In This City They Call You Love” will be available on digipak CD, standard black vinyl, limited edition clear blue vinyl exclusive to HMV and independent stores, and clear yellow vinyl available exclusively at this link.

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