Review – Brother Neil

Album: Away Avenue Away
Release Date: June 30, 2017
Genre: Easy Listening

Toronto, ON singer/songwriter Brother Neil, has just dropped his newest album entitled Away Avenue Away. Brother Neil’s passion for his songwriting came in 2012 when he started writing songs for Cody Wilder. Through his experience with Cody, Brother Neil had lots of material to work with of his own and created his first album entitled Bonfire Confessions in 2014. Brother Neil’s newest album release Away Avenue Away was recorded with his best friend Mike in a building that is supposedly haunted by a woman and a little girl which is said to add more character for the album.

The song that first caught my attention was “Take a Seat.” It’s the second song on the album and is just a taste of what Brother Neil’s music style is. “Take  a Seat” is a very interesting song to listen to. I really enjoyed it and just sat back and listened to Brother Neil’s vocals  and lyrics. The other song that captured my interest was “Turn It Up”, which is the seventh song on the release. The song is beautifully written and had me hooked from the first listen. The song is very catchy and will have any listener dancing along as Brother Neil sings about turning up a song and staying positive. Away Avenue Away features 10 full length songs that all showcase Brother Neils’s love and dedication to his music and everything he creates. Overall, the album was good and really well put together. I have really enjoyed listening to this album. I will definitely be adding some songs onto my playlist. If you are looking for something new to listen to, Brother Neil is definitely an artist I would highly recommend.

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