Chords of Indigo Curates an Enchanting Folk Rock Sphere with ‘The Death of Me’
Lee Hornsby, aka Chords Of Indigo, is a singer-songwriter and artist from Manchester, UK. The indie artist is a storyteller, delving into pseudo folk and mellow pop spheres to create enchanting emotional experiences. There’s also a lot of simplicity and candor to his compositions and I think it adds a lot to his artistic appeal. The real time emotions and honest deliveries bring an uncommon freshness to his tracks. Chords of Indigo has just released a single, titled ‘The Death of Me’. Colored with passionate melancholy and resonant with heartache, the track is sure to elate listeners of artists like Sufjan Stevens, Nick Drake, and Bon Iver.
The track is a textured tapestry of woe. With intuitive instrumentation, the flows leave beautiful imprints on the canvas. Lee’s warm baritones pick up on these treasures, glinting with their shine as they phase to sublime falsettos. The molten guitar tail blossoms into a folk rock sphere before splitting into orchestral pieces and acoustic lines. Listen Now!
The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!
You can listen to ‘The Death of Me’ by Chords of Indigo here –