Ugandan born but London living singer, Byron, has released a gorgeous track in the form of “So Naive.” At first listen, “So Naive” is hard to pin down, but Byron’s decision to label it “Noir Wave” seems to fit the song’s essence perfectly. The track is playful yet deep, old and new that does well to highlight Byron’s soothing and melodic voice. Coupled with Greg Sanders’ incredible guitar, “So Naive” is a track to be played over and over again.
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Woof, that guitar combined with Byron’s voice is just, ugh, it’s amazing. Listening to “So Naive” is like waking up hungover and dropping some eye drops into your blood shot eyes. It’s crisp, soothing, invigorating, and immediately makes you feel better about your life and the state of the world. Only instead of sprinkling some ClearEyes into your eyeballs, you’re pouring a fresh tune into your ears. About the song, Byron says. “‘So Naive’ is about innocence, frailty, trepidation, and daydreaming. It kinda sums me up.” If that is the case, it would be wise to keep a close watch of this guy. He’s a talented artist, and it seems “So Naive” is only the beginning.
Go ahead, and press play on Byron’s George Bird produced track “So Naive” above and be sure to keep your eyes and ears locked on EARMILK for more great tunes.