Loaded with infectious melody lines, driving rhythms and singable melodies, Burlington returns with a spellbinding album that leaves no stone unturned in establishing his pop-powerhouse reputation. The South-African born artist now resides in London, and the self-taught writer-come-producer has an eclectic mix of influences, including The Eagles, Crowded House and Sam Fender.
Discussing the release Burlington explains:
“I wrote this album over the space of about 3 years on and off with life getting in the way sometimes! The earliest song “River Blue” was started when I was on holiday in South Africa sitting on a balcony overlooking the ocean but I only wrote the chorus at the end of last year back in the Uk. The last song that was written was “Isn’t it a Funny Life” which was written in February, it was written after a crazy night out which ends with the sunrise being watched with mates and that’s exactly what it’s about. I feel like there are soundtracks to different experiences in my life which makes it very personal but at the same time listeners can relate to the songs just the same!”
Following on from his single ‘Summer’s Calling’, Burlington’s sound is pure summer bliss, drenched in feel-good commercial sensibilities. Discussing his craft, Burlington explains “I write and produce all my music myself in my tiny spare room. Having listened to his father’s guitar work as a child, Burlington’s love of music has since been ever present. Having began performing just last year, Burlington is eager to jump headfirst into his pop career.