Wil Hinkson releases new single 'Spirit and Stone (Somewhere Between) Remastered'
Andorra, West Europe's Wil Hinkson cites as main artistic influences French radio and Phil Collins, with his own sound variously termed "new '80s" or "chillout rock." Hinkson himself writes, "People say my music makes them feel peaceful -- some studio engineers say the same -- so I also call it 'peaceful pop.' Experienced studio recording people call it experimental pop."
Striking, mellow, and exceptionally written, music by Wil Hinkson builds interest and emotion for recordings, performances and playlist spots which never fail to enthuse his listeners.
Asked to describe the overall meaning of "Spirit and Stone," Hinkson writes, "As these songs just come to me, I can only surmise like everyone else, but it seems to say we are always between the spirit of an idea and its materialised form (Stone) and we float 'Somewhere Between.'"
Being a subtly poetic song, though, that's not the only message the single suggests. Hinkson adds as an afterthought:
"Well also, the song speaks of 'A time to forgive' (as it always is) as we are floating between, so I guess that's one of the themes. It also talks of the ancient heritage of the child born into the somewhere between and the child being at home with it. It says we are moving together. It seems to me to be a song for the times, saying we will be OK."
A humble, friendly artist, when asked to offer a message to his audience, Hinkson says:
"Hey, it would be great if you kindly listened … Millennials seem to like my 'new '80s' style according to the latest surveys I read, so that is very encouraging."
"Spirit and Stone" by Wil Hinkson on the Oh Keh Muse label is available at quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, chillout rock and new-'80s fans.
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