Sundile, Late Night Love Songs Review
Will Strickson also known as Sundile, a London-based singer/songwriter hits the soundwaves with his new single “Late Night Love Songs” via independent label Kaleidoscope. His sound combines the crooning vocal style of Matt Maltese with a musical style akin to a slacker-Britpop redux which takes on influences from 1960s surf-pop (think somewhere between Blur, Noah and The Whale and Willie J. Healey). His early demo recordings garnered support from BBC Introducing in Yorkshire and BBC 6Music’s BBC Introducing Mixtape, leading to a tour support slot with Cape Cub and bringing it to the attention of Newcastle-based indie-label Kaleidoscope. Sundile’s debut track chronicles the trials and tribulations of a long-distance romance. Strickson explains; “Late Night Love Songs” is about being inspired to write love songs about someone when you’re apart, and then sharing those songs with them on a nightly phone call.” That’s the short of It!
Late Night Love Songs
Late Night Love Songs (single)
Release Date: November 14, 2018
Sunny pop-themes infuse the lyric of Sundile’s single “Late Night Love Songs,” Strickson has a matter of fact vocal style, the juice lies in his lyrics and ability to create relatable libretti that resonates.