Bittersweet sounding popster, thirty something WALL is an exciting half Amercian half Scandinavian male vocalist. He promotes a sound that sits firmly between mature US and UK indie pop, and he debutes here with a rather lovely tune.
Impossible Dream taken from debut EP is a superb pop song, a real bold piece of modern pop music of high order, a real one to chill too, deepen yourself into and that’s no bad thing by any means. He could somehow have sunk beneath such great company, but with the release of debut single through BritishPopSongs UK, he does proove to be a worthy successor in his own right.
Like these bands before him, he embraces bittersweat soundscapes together with a real knack for good song writing and with the help of label manager Ian Nilsen he produces music that instantly could please your ears. He has a past in various other bands, but have maybe never been as catchy as this time around.
Impossible Dream is a superb pop song, a real bold piece of modern pop music of high order, a real one to chill too, deepen yourself into and that’s no bad thing by any means. He is linked to Brit label BritishPopSongs UK, a label that promotes a more mature band sound, heavily influenced by the very best of the British song tradition, from Bowie, the Smiths onwards.
The single is out in now and will be supported by radio slots and live performances on selected live venues still to be announced.