This July sees renowned singer-songwriter Bhi Bhiman’s first studio album in four years, and as ‘Helpless’ shows, the wait has seemingly been worth it.
This is a style of indie-folk that feels ethereal, timeless, soulful and beautifully atmospheric.
“‘Helpless’ is a very simple song musically. It’s literally two chords. But within those two chords, there is a spiritual centre to the song that I think will resonate with people. The second hook, ‘I live on island time’ (which I sing with reverence to my island people, not derision) announces my plan to arrive at death fashionably late – on my own time. St. Peter and the pearly gates, or whatever you believe in, will have to wait for ME.”
Upcoming album ‘I’ll Sleep When I’m Famous’ is out this summer.