First up is "Simplify Me", taken from Wonderwolf's archive of previously unreleased songs. Recorded back in 2012 at legendary Sunset Studios in South Africa as part of the sessions for his debut album "The Long Winter", it ended on the cutting room floor, but is now finally dusted off and shared with the world. The song provides a window into a period of personal challenges with depression, and delivers a very catchy yet emotion-heavy pop-rock banger that deserves a repeat listen.
Next up is "Here with You", recorded back in 2014. The song was specifically written for the artists' partner as a personal ode to her on their wedding day (and it was the song that opened the dance floor). It's an honest and personal song about love and hope for a brighter future together. If you've ever been in love then you will be able to relate. It's a catchy sing-along anthem and reminds us a bit of the energy in Def Leppard's classic "Two steps behind".
Here's a short preview of both:
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