Single review: Alex Bayly ‘I’ll Never Leave You’

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What a beaut of a track we have for you today. Alt-folk newcomer Alex Bayly has just released his new single ‘I’ll Never Leave You’ and its as musically stunning as it is lyrically poignant.

He’s already been compared to the likes of Local Natives and Andy Shauf, which we totally get to be fair. Bayly combines elements of folk, indie and Americana to create a truly distinctive sound that we think both ‘folkies’ and ‘indies’ alike will enjoy. Talking about the track Bayly elaborates “its the story of a person professing their love and commitment to a relationship, but as time passes they become aware of the outside world and other extraneous factors having an effect on their state of mind and their relationship.” Relatable and pretty darn deep!

Catch Bayly live on 10th April 2019 at Two Tribes Brewery for the next Big Indie Big Nights event – Tickets

‘I’ll Never Leave You’ is out now via Big Indie Records.

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