Creating music that gives listeners a sense of spirituality is what Roy Sunak does best. With influences from around the world and collaborating with musicians from South Korea, Israel, Germany and USA on his upcoming album, ‘Tear in the River’, you can guarantee that it’ll be something worth your time. Giving fans a taste of what is to come on the album, Sunak is coming out with the single, ‘Berceause pour le Petit Jean Pierre’, with clear jazz influences and an abundance of great music, make sure you get to know Roy Sunak!
The single kicks off with a piano that creates an atmosphere that could tell a story itself, supported with background vocals and a guitar that carry the song very well. An engaging start, Sunak eventually comes in with his bansuri, giving the song a lighter sound with a flow that holds the song together wonderfully, giving a relaxing vibe that keeps you hooked, waiting for more. As the song approaches its end, the tempo increases where we hear a more passionate performance from all involved, with Sunak’s bansuri taking centre stage, giving an emphatic end to a single that has takes you on a musical journey with jazz influence featuring quite heavily.
An overall great song that takes you from one place to another with its musical style. Flowing perfectly from the introductory piano into a flurry of immense instruments, it fills the air with a relaxing and engaging vibe that, if can be emulated by Sunak on a consistent basis, will surely put him on a path to wider exposure and mainstream success in the near future. ‘Berceause pour le Petit Jean Pierre’ comes on December 1st, giving fans plenty of time to familiarise themselves with Roy Sunak’s musical style before the release of his album, ‘Tear in the River’, early next year.