“Gospel of Daniel”, by Daniel Tuladhar is a 41-minute tribute to God, a 41-minute tribute to his inspirations, and a 41-minute album filled with reflections of his keen musicianship, heavy vocals, and persistent desire to amaze his audiences.
The album starts its first half with slower and dynamic piano ballads. “Forgiveness” is one of Tuladhar’s most vulnerable moments with an expression of remorse, regret, and gratitude. Harmonies that make you feel you’re right next to Daniel and the choir in church, a kudos to their audio engineering team as well.
“Fatherless Child” continues to pick up the pace and stays on target towards closing with more of a pop foundation to the backing gospel-ballad instrumentation that’s been supporting him all the way to this point of the album. The album closer, “Raise the Lord” is the perfect way to exit this listening experience. At first listen, it almost feels like a mix of all of the album’s songs up to this point. As if a piece of every melody, chord progression, harmony, and more were the recipe to every part of this song.
The album is currently available now on all streaming platforms and has shown a recent resurgence in trends and hype with the success following one of his most recent singles, “Hello Goodbye”. Let us know what you think!
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