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David Harks – Odyssey

The Brighton, UK based singer David Harks is back with the fourth and final installment to complete his debut Lomo EP. Odyssey rounds out what has been a magnificent journey of introspective exploration and pushing boundaries musically. In what may be arguably the EP’s strongest effort, we get a slow burner that reminds us why we fell in love with David Harks in the first place. The song is effortlessly cool, but intricately delicate and deliberate.

David Harks - Odyssey

Typically, writers tend to try and compare new music to old music because it’s easy and familiar. In this case, I’m sorry but I can’t do that for you. Because what David Harks is doing is completely original and extremely exciting. From the soulful lyrics and driving groove, it’s all love. So to compare it to something else would be doing it a disservice. Instead, take a listen and appreciate David Harks for David Harks. And spread the love.

David Harks – Odyssey

Written and Produced by David Sanderson

We loved Open Arms, also taken from David Harks’ Lomo EP but shared much earlier in the year, as soon as we heard it but Odyssey was much more of a slow burner working it’s way under our skin until we couldn’t stop listening to it.

David Harks – Odyssey Lyrics:
I’m on the street low
Taking in the heat
Nowhere is that I know
She is laying down the sleeves
Playing out a forty five
Earn it of my mind. Has down he shut my eyes
There it goes.

We are (?) from the deep, not a freak of the night
Take my hand, give me up, from the darken to the light
She says “Ohhh, calling me to come tonight”
You call “Calling me to close my eyes”

You are the out of sea
That’s laying now in front of me
And if we turn the coach, tonight
Were we gonna be, If you want love, inside
Darling just close your eyes

We are (?) from the deep, not a freak of the night
Take my hand, give me up, from the darken to the light
She says “Ohhh, calling me to come tonight”
You call “Calling me to close my eyes”

Call, calling me to come tonight
You call “Calling me to close my eyes”

Call, calling me to come tonight. Call, calling me to come tonight.

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