In the past couple of years I feel like a lot of British artists making it big on the US, one of the artist that very alluring to my ears these days is Rag’n’Bone Man, I really like the deep, baritone voice from him that showing a lot of power, yet its still showing the excruciating feels from the music he made. One of the song that particularly showing a lot of interests to other people is Human.
Human is very interesting song, it reminds to other people that we’re all human after all and no one is perfect. The song background is very interesting with orchestra play along with his strong baritone voice. I could say the song is very poetic, at first I listen to this song through a TV series trailer, but after I look up the artist, he really had a lot of amazing works.
Maybe I'm foolish Maybe I'm blind Thinking I can see through this And see what's behind Got no way to prove it So maybe I'm blind But I'm only human after all I'm only human after all Don't put your blame on me
I could say that his songs are mostly brutally honest about what happen with himself, or other people's self. My other favourite songs are As You Are, and Grace, those two songs are so incredibly written, and its so relatable to people who listen to it, because at the end of the day every one of us need an acceptance, and love, and if we don't have that, that's the reason why we're not happy, and it causes other people to lose their self-confidence sometimes.
His lyrics are the best way to describe the sad, beautiful, tragic moment in life, and in fact his lyrics are not the kind of songs that making the whole pretty fairy tale, because at the end of the day, there's no such thing as the pretty fairy tale, because life is harsh. I just realised that I downloaded the song Broken People from Bright Album, from Logic and it featured Rag'n'Bone Man, you guys should listen to that song as well.
You raised the lights when it was frightening You calmed the storm when it was rising You found me there where I was hiding All I have is here and now
In the eyes of a saint I'm a stranger We're all trying to find a way At the death of every darkness there's a morning Though we all try We all try We're all one step from grace