UK singer-songwriter Waves Rush In (aka Sam Branson) creates music that pays tribute to the human experience by taking inspiration from nature, mother earth and life experience on his travels.
Since launching early last year, this Oxford-based talent has released a debut EP alongside several singles and music videos, amassing 600k streams across all platforms and picking up media support from the likes of BBC Introducing and Alex Rain Bird.
Latest single ‘Intoxicated’ consists of two distinct parts, with tension-building verses that make way for relief-filled anthemic choruses – all tied together with an underlying guitar hook that serves as a bed for the story to build from.
“It’s written about lust and that burning desire for someone that you can’t really have in the way that you want and about the connection and release you feel when you finally get it. In the chorus’ there’s Vocoda to give a feminine and sensual sensation of being intoxicated that I’m sure many will identify with. I have my wife’s vocals subtly placed in the song to make sure she has a presence in it.”