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ALLMAN BROWN SHARES NEW SINGLE “BEWILDERED”

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London Singer-songwriter – ALLMAN BROWN – has unveiled his new single, “Bewildered”, taken from a forthcoming EP which is being slated for release this Winter. 

 

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Having initially started out as a relatively low-key track, “Bewildered” bloomed into an ‘80s-style pop ballad when Brown was inspired by A-ha’s “Take On Me” while recording vocals.

 

With evocative and organic storytelling filtered through soaring pop melodies and bittersweet, anthemic choruses, the new track was initially born out of an anxiety dream. As Allman Brown explains:

 

“[“Bewildered” is about] the feeling of waking up in shock and disorientation but then realising how that one person in your life can settle you back into place, how a loved one or a relationship can anchor you to reality and soothe you.”

 

As fluttering synths, swelling strings and a warming piano line build the track to a blissful crescendo, Brown adds: “The last verse is a pocket summary of the film ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once.”

 

Bewildered” lands as Allman Brown puts the finishing touches to his third full-length album. With an upcoming EP in the works and planned for this winter in the meantime, Brown is inviting listeners to get to know him slowly, brick by brick, as he builds towards his latest long-player. 

 

Born and raised in Hong Kong, before moving to London at age 11, Allman Brown made an introduction with his hit single “Sons & Daughters” (performed with Liz Lawrence) in 2013. The track proved a Spotify smash, amassing over 10 million streams worldwide as well as features on multiple TV soundtracks including Love Island, Suits and Made In Chelsea

 

His debut album ‘1000 Years’ was released in 2017, earning critical acclaim for Brown’s tender balladry and folk-fuelled pop inspired by artists such as Bon Iver, Tracy Chapman, Paul Simon and Feist, before ‘Darling, It’ll Be Alright’ followed in 2019. 

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