To Let A Good Thing Die

Bruno Major - To Let A Good Thing Die
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June 5, 2020 / Release Date
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Harbour / Label
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Love the smooth instrumentals. The lovey dovey lyrics came on a little too strong at times though. A couple tracks sounded like they could be in a Disney movie because of how cheesy it was.

Favorite tracks: The Most Beautiful Thing, Regent's Park, Old Fashioned, Tapestry
Least favorite: She Chose Me
I think this is a little more watered down than A Song For Every Moon was, dont get me wrong i honestly really liked this album and this is all from one listen. I just feel like most of the material on his last project hit so hard that this lived in its shadow kind of.

Best tracks: Old Soul, The Most Beautiful Thing, To Let A Good Thing Die.
really liked this album, kinda just wish he didn't release so many singles beforehand
There's such a lovely warm vintage feel to this, full of 30s jazz influences. Like if Sinatra or somebody made lo-fi. Drops off a little near the end otherwise I easily might have rated this even higher. A beautiful, quiet little album of love songs.

STANDOUTS: The Most Beautiful Thing, Nothing, Regent's Park, Old Fashioned, To Let A Good Thing Die
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Added on: June 5, 2020