One Thing Is Loud And Clear… “Silencer “ From Lucky Thief Is An Absolute Gem

We had the absolute honor to check out Bristol (UK) based multi-instrumentalist Lucky Thief and the epic new single “Silencer”

You can listen to “Silencer” on Spotify Here and on Apple Music Here . You can also check out the lyric video for “Silencer” below

There is this special flash of electrifying energy with “Silencer” that is absolutely stunning

Lucky Thief is a gifted musician who masterfully crafted a brilliant display of audio greatness with “Silencer”

Giving up piano at the age of 10, Lucky Thief never cared for music lessons; instead he taught himself every instrument you hear in his music. Drawing from his own experiences of mental illness, alcohol abuse, sex and his religious upbringing, his music is reflective and relatable.

“Silencer” is the first single to be taken from his debut full-length, Silencer was recorded at Humm Studios with Dom Mitchison (The Manatees, Pet Shimmers, Heavy Lungs), mixed by Ky Witney (The Naturals) and mastered by Pete Maher (Pixies, Jack White, The Rolling Stones).

Speaking about the inspiration behind the single, Lucky Thief explains, Silencer is about being unable to control how we speak. So many people have opinions that are narrow minded, selfish and ill-considered; This song airs my frustration with them. It also looks at how hard it is for me to stay quiet, if I feel something deserves to be said, I will not be silenced.”

We were absolutely captivated by “Silencer” When we had our first listen to the track, we heard shades of Richard Patrick who is the frontman of the band Filter and also, has served as the touring guitarist for Nine Inch Nails . However , “Silencer “ has this incredible authentic soulfulness to it that really sets it apart from other tracks

Lucky Thief is sure to steal any music lovers heart with the absolute gem of a song that is “Silencer”

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