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Friday, July 10, 2020

SYML - "Where's My Love (Live From Rock Werchter)" [Rock & Alternative]

Where's My Love (Live From Rock Werchter)

"Where's My Love (Live From Rock Werchter)" music video by SYML
Added: 10-07-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : SYML - "Where's My Love" [Live from Rock Werchter]

SYML performs his song "Where's My Love" live from Rock Werchter festival in Belgium.

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SYML is the moodier solo venture of Barcelona frontman and Seattle native Brian Fennell. As SYML, Fennell is more textural and sensory than Barcelona's piano rock, framing his quiet, introspective songwriting in low-key synth-augmented soundscapes with austere piano parts and spectral vocals. Debuting in 2016 with the Hurt for Me EP, SYML found success with song placements in a number of high-profile television shows like Elementary, Scream, and Teen Wolf. Subsequent singles "The War" and "Mr. Sandman," a surprisingly dour cover of the 1950s doo wop chestnut, found SYML exploring heavy and ominous themes, though his 2017 follow-up, "Where's My Love," was an altogether more buoyant, folk-inspired track. "Where's My Love" proved to be a hit for SYML and over the next year, it was rolled out in a variety of different forms including an acoustic version, a solo piano version, a Sam Feldt electronic remix, and a duet with Lily Kershaw. The original mix appeared on SYML's 2018 EP, In My Body. In 2019, Fennell issued his eponymous full-length debut SYML.

Tags : 2020, 20s, SYML

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