TRACK REVIEW: Craig Clark – We’ll Find Our Places | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Craig Clark returns with an upbeat, indie folk infused single, We’ll Find Our Places. The acoustic singer-songwriter often bases his lyrics on connections he makes with people whilst travelling, and this track is no different.

In San Francisco, Craig witnessed a young man rise from below a eucalyptus tree and outstretch his arms. To Craig, this symbolised a “break from the old”; through this encounter We’ll Find Our Places came to be. A nostalgic 90s indie feel flows throughout the song; Craig’s overall sound and vocal style are, at times, reminiscent of Gene’s Martin Rossiter. Without a doubt, the fifth single of Craig’s upcoming album (Bite The Modern World) will have you tapping your foot along through its steady drumbeat and peaceful guitar melody.

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