“The hard work and love Smith puts in his music for the enjoyment of his fans is one of his great qualities as a musician, and is particularly shown on ‘Reap What You Sow’.”
Acoustic rock singer-songwriter Charlie Smith is back with heavy guitar single ‘Reap What You Sow’. Every song of Smith’s is like a live performance, due to the originality that shines through via the stripped back sound he produces when making music.
We reunite with a bewitching, hand-tapping tune Charlie never fails to provide, however this time I get a grunge vibe from it too, mixed withblues. Maybe it’s the alt guitar or the many shades of feeling in Smith’s voice. I think the way the song lets us connect with our emotions as listeners is something that comes naturally to Charlie in the studio..
“I am very proud of this release, I feel out of my last three singles this is the best track,” voiced Charlie Smith when asked about ‘Reap What You Sow’, “I hope you can hear the Bob Dylan and John Lennon influences. Recording and producing this track myself has been alot of hard work but as we near the release date, I feel that it has been worth it. I would also personally thank LaMusique and all the other indie blogs for doing a fabulous job representing unsigned music.”
‘Reap What You Sow’ is a grower, but in the sense that you go from loving it initially to having it on repeat. It has that melodic melancholia that Charlie is known for, with a structure that flows charmingly. And the way he has produced each section of this flowing structure is the equilibrium of free spirit and introspective.
You can listen to the song here: