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Duncan Reed – Coming Home

For some, it’s home and their loved ones, for others their favourite restaurant, pub or holiday destination. It doesn’t really matter, as long as you have that feeling you belong there. That feeling of driving home, after spending a few nights away, and meet your loved ones, smell familiar flavours and sit on your favourite couch. Duncan Reed’s latest track “Coming Home” is exactly that: returning home to something you feel you belong. A track about lost and rekindled love.

Duncan is a singer-songwriter from Manchester, United Kingdom. Duncan’s latest project “Hypnotise” nicely summarizes his musical influences. Both full band production while at times still maintaining a folky acoustic edge.

His latest track “Coming Home” is one of those folky, acoustic tracks. Listening to this track, a recording studio surely is a place Duncan belongs! The sound is reminiscent of 90s grunge and alternative rock bands. Think Stone Temple Pilots and Soundgarden. Duncan’s distinctive, edgy vocals fit the melody well. The combination of engaging, compelling guitar riffs and acoustic strumming really adds to the song’s originality.

“Coming Home” is a must-add to every indie folk playlist out there. It’s compelling and full of emotion. Just like an indie folk track should. Tender and soulful at one point, edgier and stronger the next. Stay tuned for more Duncan Reed to come in the near future. Check out his album ‘Hypnotise” on Spotify below as well.

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