Our brand new artist Michael Burrows is already kicking goals with his new release ‘Please Don’t Cry’ already being added to Australia’s #1 Digital Station Coles Radio.
With more than 5.6 million weekly listeners throughout a heap of platforms, this is a great win for the folk/pop artist.
ABOUT MICHAEL BURROWS:
Michael Burrows, has the quintessential mix of classic and contemporary that Australia’s Pop/Folk music scene has to offer.
Based in Melbourne, Australia, where he produces film, music and radio scores, Burrows never strays too far from his musical surroundings, also writing jingles and sonic branding for many well-known Australian brands during the week.
Martha Wainwright also personally selected Burrows to open for her recent concert tour, lifting Burrows into the forefront of the Australian industry.
His style emanates the likes of modern day greats Boy & Bear, Matt Corby and Powderfinger with the classical roots of Crowded house and Oasis.
ABOUT PLEASE DON’T CRY:
“A paragon of progressive artistry emulsified in a classic Pop/Folk culture.”
The brand new single Please Don’t Cry, taken from his debut EP ‘Turn This Love Around’ has encountered many incarnations including a yet to be released version with Neil Finn from Crowded House on vocals.
With his fusion of Pop, Folk, Americana and Rock styles and having worked with some of music’s royalty over the recent period, Burrows has delivered a track resulting in an amalgamation of creativity, hard work & honesty leaving you with a taste of things to come.
Burrows worked on this EP with GRAMMY-award winning, Hall of Famer Frank Myers (I Swear), producer Jimmy Nichols, and audio engineer, and also GRAMMY-award winner, Steve Marcantonio.
‘It started out as a really slow ballad, written in the early hours of the morning in the front room while everyone was asleep. At the time, I was listening to a lot of Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison, who exercise in modest melodies and deceptively simple words, describing complex emotions.’
Listen to PLEASE DON’T CRY here:
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