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Ancient Ageless & True by Kwun
Ancient Ageless & True by Kwun
Ancient Ageless & True by Kwun

Kwun’s Ancient, Ageless & True is Eternal Rustic Country Joy

Musician Kwun has released the title single from his debut album ‘Ancient Ageless & True‘ and it is a fantastic earthy ballad. The self-taught multi-instrumentalist, originally from Glastonbury, has created a unique sound on this album that is recorded in 432Hz tuning, setting his music apart from the standardized 440Hz.

The album features a collaboration with studio musicians from Nashville who have previously worked with legendary artists such as Johnny Cash, Taylor Swift, and Keith Urban. This diverse pool of talent has enabled Kwun to create a wonderful mix of country, southern rock, and laid-back funk, taking listeners on a musical journey with the track. The stunning track, “Ancient Ageless & True”, sets a tone for the shining ages with its twangy guitars and soulful vocals. The song is reminiscent of the Eagles and showcases his innate ability to create a sound that takes root deep in the heart of rock and country music.

This standout track is a song of love that emerged from a spiritual journey with the shamans in the Andes Mountains of Peru. The song is a beautiful blend of soulful vocals, lyricism, and heart-wrenching guitar riffs that make the listener feel as if they are a part of the journey themselves. Mixed by UK engineer Sam Wheat, this song is an ode to Kwun’s musical journey and showcases his unique talent as a songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. With its diverse sound, incredible musicianship, and the perfect blend of rock, Americana, and funk, ‘Ancient Ageless & True’ is a must-listen for any music lover.

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