Indie rock band Versonic has recently released their debut single Brand New Man, the title track from their debut album which is set to be released on 1st March 2018. Influenced by Oasis and specifically Noel Gallagher, Versonic present shades of nostalgic, yet refreshing early 90’s Britpop with a twist.
Brand New Man was written at the start of 2017 and singer-songwriter Stephen Connor used the creation of the single as the start of a project that kept him focused and driven throughout the year. The single itself was written on a personal level as a catalyst for change, and fittingly released on 1st January 2018, in preparation and motivation for another year of maintaining new lifestyle changes.
In Review: Brand New Man is a strong piece, verbose and punchy, a song of self-realization, engaging and timely; it covers the self-judgment we all feel. This song is the musical equivalent of the New Years resolution, the trying to make a better person of one’s self and with strength and faith, succeeding to do so, yet we often face the judgment of others that look not at who we are now, and what we do now, but what we did then, or presumed to have done. You know that phrase, save a million people, nobody cares, ignore one beggar and you are remembered as a Villain. Brand New Man gets 5 Stars from IndiePulse Music.
Produced by young up and coming producer Michael Charman and mastered by Pete Maher (Noel Gallagher, U2, Jack White, The Rolling Stones, The 1975 etc), Stephen has written the majority of the tracks on his debut album of the same name which is set to be released on 1st March.
Brand New Man is available to stream and download on all major media platforms now and marks the first release from Versonic’s debut album.