Brooklyn has been experiencing a lot of warm days this past week. It's 65 degrees today and it's only February, and while this could be alarming, I'm also super stoked I get to wear short sleeves outside. Another wonderful thing I bring out as the temperature starts rising is some folk music. There's something so beautiful and nostalgic about the pluck of an acoustic guitar's strings flying through the crisp air, and I finally found my new favorite song, perfect for moments like these. Today NJ-based singer Adam Melchor
is releasing his new song "Brook Revisited" and there's no way that he won't make you fall in love immediately. The simple combination of his guitar playing and voice is so refreshing, it offers instant comfort.
"'Brook Revisited' was written about one of my best friends who passed away from an opioid overdose after years of abuse," Melchor tells Baeble. "His passing inspired me to reconnect with my childhood best friend, Brook, who moved away at a young age and always reminded me of my friend. After 15 years of separation, I was able to find Brook and the spirit that brought us together."
The track is off of his forthcoming EP out March 31st on Silver Scream Records.