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Laville Lays Down The Smooth, Acoustic Grooves On "B.H.O.M."

Laville Lays Down The Smooth, Acoustic Grooves On "B.H.O.M."

by Kevito
April 01, 2017 10:30 AM

Laville Lays Down The Smooth, Acoustic Grooves On "B.H.O.M."

Photo of Laville courtesy of Lucid Online.

You heard it here first, Okayplayers: remember the name Laville.

A talented musician in the vein of Maxwell and D’Angelo, this artist is a singer-songwriter and producer who is steeped in rich nostalgia and sounds of ’90s R&B. On his debut release “B.H.O.M.” (Bad Habit Of Mine) — Laville tells a tale as old as time about longing love and its inescapable addiction.

Over a sparse, uncluttered acoustic sound bed with a layered electronic sample, Laville paints pictures with words and melodies, making “B.H.O.M.” not only a catchy tune, but an encouraging one from an act we’d love to hear more from. Coming from a family of artists in the north of England, Laville has a very emotive + descriptive way of being vivid in his songwriting.

A natural skill from what we see as a significant new voice ringing clearly through the noise.

Listen to “B.H.O.M.” below and stay tuned to @Okayplayer as we hope to showcase more from Laville.



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