When we first presented the artist Bleek Noir to you, we gave him a moniker of being the “Dark Humored “Tom Waits” from the UK”, we are so very happy to announce, he has not swayed from him natural ambitions.
And we must repeat, and only because it was the perfect description, and still is “Dark and atonal, with mystery and shadows Bleek Noir has brought a Victorian Era and Nuevo Goth sound to the light of day, it is a quite exotic sound that is, in itself refreshing, there are so many that claim and experimental sound, but this is truly imperial, imagine if Halloween had an emotional cry of love.”
His latest offering, “Merry Xmas (Just Might Make It Through)“ is, compared to his other tracks, significantly “Up-Beat”, or so it seems until you listen to the lyrics and melody in detail, it is again, dark and introspective, with a very angst ridden view of Holiday travel and the warmth bask on humanity, at a time of year when people are supposed to be more than mere men, they become the worst that can be, and all in the name of the Holiday.
A very “What the Fresh Hot Hell Is This” comes to mind, Bleek stated “This is an Anti-Christmas number, if you will, written December 2017 about my thoughts on December 24th, 2016, whilst waiting to fly to Amsterdam to spend Xmas alone. But, in being an Anti-Christmas song it winds telling what Christmas should not be, if not in reality, at least in theory.
This is a fantastic follow-up to the very “Fang-Tastic” Halloween Release of “Last Night I Saw Myself With The Animals (And The Animals Ate Themselves)“, both on Digital Audio Steaming locations and in Video on YouTube.
And as always, his music is available with a Free E-Book of both Lyrics and Content.
Bleek Noir is a prolific, lyrical and distinctive creature, and we do truly hope he continues to prowl the deep and dark shadows of our minds.
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