B.KNOX Latest Single Is Like A Landscape Painting Thats Big, Broad and Beautiful
“The Fault Lies”
Singer songwriter B.Knox confirms my belief that good things come out of Canada. He rides that line between country and folk music with ease. A teacher by profession, Knox gives his listeners a lesson in life with his songs.
His latest single, The Fault Lies is like a landscape painting, one that is big, broad and beautiful. It conveys feelings of loss, change and emptiness, with a bittersweet edge.
Here’s how Knox describes the song,
“Shifting seasons present stark and beautiful backdrops for changing love.
The movement from loss and regret to unapologetic acceptance draws heavily from both of my self-acknowledged wells of inspiration – heartbreak and landscape.”
This is his fourth single, with his earlier tracks Deep, Dark Love, Living with a Shadow and Corners all demonstrating a talent and a connection with the darker side of life. He is moody and melancholic, and wonderful. I’m a fan.
He is promising to release a full album, “Heartbreak and Landscape” during 2020. I’m looking forward to seeing where this guy will take us.
His music is available now on most streaming platforms.
Jacqueline Gives 4.5 out of 5 stars
B.Knox Latest Single Is Like A Landscape Painting Thats Big, Broad and Beautiful
Cabinet Of Millionaires Stop The Coup Slick Electro and Perfectly Timed