Dom Robinson – Good Love

Dom Robinson – Good Love

Happy New Ye-… No, it’s too damn late for that now. Can’t keep screaming that to everyone after January 7th. Simply not acceptable. Grow up. Get a job.
So lets ignore the plastic politeness and jump straight in with new beautiful track on our Click Play Love list.
And the, uh-hum, prestigious, uh-hum, honour for this year’s first addition goes to Dom Robinson and his Good Love.

Inspired by big household names like Keaton Henson and Bon Iver, Dom Robinson’s a lot like Ry X but without the weird Aussie-vibe.
With Dom’s whispers of ‘It’s not enough, to feel your good love from time to time’ on top of a sweet flowing guitar layer, this track just commands your attention, aiming for your heart. The one-man girl band from Leeds really dropped an absolute stunner with Good Love.

Keeping a close eye on this one!

Dom Robinson – Good Love is out now.

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Converted to dEUS-ism in 2001. Keen on screaming Friday Friday Friday once a week on Twitter. Might convince you not to talk about U2.

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