The New Zealand singer-songwriter provides a to-do list for dealing with mental health.
Titan Sky’s music toes an eloquent line between folk and rock, with catchy guitar hooks and a dreamy falsetto a big part of his musical repertoire.
The Bellingen-based artist has just delivered his new single, ‘ACORNS’, which provides a lyrical response to dealing with mental health battles during a pandemic. The song is more stripped back than his prior releases, positioning his acoustic guitar front and centre, paving the way for his vocals to come to the fore.
A regular performer at festivals along the east coast such as Mullum Music Festival and Bello Winter Music, Titan Sky is on the rise having solidified a strong reputation in the northern stretches of New South Wales.
His music will be close to home for fans of City & Colour, Angus & Julia Stone and The Paper Kites. As he tells poignant love stories with a playful, metaphoric twist, Titan Sky’s music delves deeper bearing a rawness and honesty that stands apart from many alternative artists.
Check out the video for the new track below.
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