SIMON PAPARO ANNOUNCES NEW SINGLE ‘ALCHEMY’
Folk pop singer/songwriter Simon Paparo has today announced his uplifting new single “Alchemy” a song based on the book ‘The Alchemist’ by Paulo Coelho, to be released October 11.
“Alchemy” begins with a driving guitar rhythm that leaves the listener curious as to what comes next. The lyrics may emanate the inspiration Simon felt upon reading the book ‘The Alchemist’, particularly given the opening lines “Everybody follow your dreams, make em’ yours, yours to keep.” As the song continues, the guitar and vocals are joined by a charging bass drum as the song builds into an uplifting anthem of hope! With huge thundering drums and djembe/percussion plus the full scope of piano, bass guitar and backing vocals you can’t help but picture yourself at a world music festival! With touches of Vance Joy meets Coldplay, you can easily visualise this track in a stadium setting.
With lyrics such as “to live your dream is to live at peace” this high energy track will likely inspire listeners to follow their hearts and dreams. Speaking on the motivation behind the track, Simon says, “‘Alchemy’ is a way of capturing the joyous feelings I had after reading ‘The Alchemist’. The book made me feel empowered and instilled in me an ‘I can do anything I put my mind to’ kind of attitude. I wanted to write a song based on this in the hope that it can give people a similar feeling.”
Due to government guidelines on social distancing Simon will celebrate the release with a live-streamed launch show live from his studio, Four Doors Studios. Simon and special guests Ernest Aines and Indyana will perform via a live stream from their own homes on October 11. Excited to bring the track to life for fans, Simon enthuses, “I’ll be performing a stripped back version of the studio release. This will be a simple guitar and vocal show, live from Four Doors Studios. Sometime after lockdown I’d love to perform this track with a full band so stay tuned!”
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Check out the film clip to Simon Paparo’s debut single ‘Gold At Midnight’. Directed by Clare Nica!