Today we’d like to introduce you to Piers, a singer-songwriter who honed his craft in the traditional way. He cut his teeth busking the streets of London before going on to perform at gigs and festivals, and at each stage he proved to be a self-sufficient artist. As such, it comes as no real surprise to hear that Piers cited his inspirations John Mayer, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones who all represent the golden age of rock’n’roll. You can definitely hear that classic style in the UK artist’s new single ‘Brown Eyes’, the process for which he talks about here:
“For ‘Brown Eyes’ I teamed up with platinum producer Adrian Zagoritis. The song was great fun to make as we tried to capture a 70s glam rock feel with a modern twist – full of life and summer energy! I wrote the song on an acoustic guitar with a southern American blues feeling originally but it evolved into a more upbeat and rockier song”
‘Brown Eyes’ is a feel-good and well constructed song with plenty of rock’n’roll energy. It’s like a cup of really good black coffee; understated, classic and flavourful.