LISTEN: Brendan Scott Friel’s Exquisitely Romantic ‘Cheap String Lights’
Question: What do you get when you combine finger-picked folk intricacies, exciting pop rock dynamics, and the sweeping romantic ambiance of a clear summer’s night?
Answer: The latest single from Brendan Scott Friel.
The Windsor, Ontario native released “Cheap String Lights” just last week. As we bask in the warm glow of this nostalgic folk rock love story, we are reminded to appreciate life’s close-to-home simplicities, and to “(rediscover) the magic in the places and people you see every day.” The single features a closing refrain from fellow Canadian artist Crissi Cochrane, who lends a beautiful parting touch to this enchanting soundscape.
More magic is on the way from Friel. He’s currently in the studio with Canadian producer James Bunton (Donovan Woods, Joey Landreth) working on his soon-to-come full-length album. While you eagerly await more new music, fall in love under the “Cheap String Lights” below!