Saturday, July 14, 2018

"My Blue Heart" by Coyle Girelli pushes black and white images of cool and darkness

Listen to Coyle Girelli's My Blue Heart and for a couple of minutes you are transported to black and white images, sharp creases in slacks and skirts, healthy cigarettes, chewing gum and turbulent times put away neatly behind white picket fences. You may think of Roy Orbison and maybe even Elvis Presley a bit but there is a tinge of darkness in this song that makes it feel more dangerous.  

My Blue Heart is the second single from Girelli's debut solo album called "Love Kills". It is a big departure from the post punk sounds Girelli fronts in The Chevin (Yorkshire, England).


Robb Donker

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