Single Review: Scott Patterson – I Want to Kiss You More

Scott Patterson is an actor and musician, originally from Philadelphia. He is most well known for his roles in the Saw franchise as Special Agent Peter Strahm and most notably as Luke Danes in Gilmore Girls. He was also a baseball player between 1980 and 1986, player for several teams including the Nashville Sounds and the Atlanta Braves, he managed to reach the Triple-A level, which is the highest level of play in minor league baseball. In 2017, he founded his own coffee company, called Scotty P Coffee, and you can find out what I thought of their breakfast blend by clicking here. Today, however, I will be reviewing Scott Patterson’s single ‘I Want to Kiss You More’ which was released on 3rd September 2021. 

‘I Want to Kiss You More’ opens quickly with a rapid fire drum fill that bleeds straight into a high energy vocal and guitar fusion. This is a song that you just get swept up by, it has a really nice vibe, and melody that blends in higher energy sections, with softer parts that allow the vocals to shine. Patterson has a deep voice, one with depth to it, and he really pulls out all the stops in this track, showing everything he is capable of. I think what I liked about this track most though was it was so catchy, and it does so without being cheesy or repetitive, it just had a really nice hook and used it well, so you end up singing this track to yourself days and weeks afterwards. 

So that’s what I thought of Scott Patterson’s single ‘I Want to Kiss You More’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. While you’re at it make sure to support the artist by visiting his website, checking out the ‘I Am All In’ podcast and by following him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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