Single Review: Sapienn – 1955

Sapienn '1955' single artwork

I’ve previously reviewed Sapienn so I’ll give an abbreviated introduction and just get to talking about his awesome music. Sapienn is a Glasgow based Singer/songwriter who came to music a little later in life than most but within a very short space of time has performed very widely. He released a single called ‘1955’ which I will be talking about today. He has also released an EP ‘Hours of Despair’ which I’ve reviewed previously and you can check that out here and you can also check out my review his recent album ‘A Black Sarcasm’ which was released in November 2017 by clicking here.

‘1955’ opens with a very nice guitar intro, before Sapienn starts to sing, he has a voice that’s both powerful and melodic, he’s joined by a second voice for ‘1955’ and the harmony between the two adds something to this track. This is a really touching track, but it took me a few listens before I really listened to it, the song goes down so well that you can just kinda get swept away in the melody and the feel of the track, but after listening to it a few times I liked it even more, it’s a very rich song full of heart and a melancholic sweetness.

So that’s what I thought about ‘1955’ by Sapienn, and if you want to keep up to date with him then follow him on Facebook, Twitter and his personal website.


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