QRTR Track Of The Week #13
05 Sept 2019
Thomas Oliver – Bulgarian Mountains
If you’re into Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson or Gavin DeGraw, this is another awesome artist to add to your list.
Award-winning kiwi singer-songwriter Thomas Oliver is known for his tender vocals, his unique songwriting, his engaging demeanour on stage, and his presence in multiple facets of music. Oliver, who traveled the world and shared the stage with Joe Cocker, Eric Clapton and Fat Freddy’s Drop – to name a few – has released his latest single ‘Bulgarian Mountains’.
The upbeat feel-good song is about the feeling of freedom and instant attraction, based on a personal encounter Thomas experienced in Amsterdam a while back.
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Nothing But Thieves. A song that pictures a fractured, barely recognizable civilization that desires for escapism.
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Áslaug. An Icelandic singer and songwriter born in The Netherlands. Last Friday her debut EP ‘Áslaug’ released with the song ‘In My Head’. A song about a perfect relationship that is not real but in Áslaug’s head.
This week’s Track Of The Week is by Darlyn, a six-piece band from Amsterdam. They just released their debut album ‘Was It A Dream’. Featuring on the album is the track ‘Can’t Fake It’. A song about the consideration of breaking up a good relationship.