The Daily Krapht – Vincent Colbert – “Baseline”
One of the characteristics that go along with the singer/songwriter genre, is the amount of vulnerability and emotion that are presented in a single song. You’re able to not only hear it through the artist’s voice, but the music that accompanies them, as well. Michigan-based musician, Vincent Colbert, fits into this category like the last piece to a puzzle.
Colbert has graced us with the release of the first single off his highly anticipated debut solo EP, Stranger In My House, which is due out in January, 2015. “Baseline” is a beautiful love song which showcases Colbert’s soulful, effortless vocals. The romantic tone to his voice fits the lyrical theme in a way that will have the ladies (and even some gentlemen) swooning and yearning for more. “Baseline” has a simple production of music to support Colbert’s vocals which flow smoothly through the staccato beat.
If Vincent Colbert’s vocals aren’t enough to make you go weak in the knees, lyrics like “I won’t let you breakdown, not on my watch,” will do the trick. Colbert is clearly singing to his loved one ensuring them that he’ll be here to catch them when they fall. Isn’t that what we all want from love? Wordkrapht can guarantee that the album review for his upcoming EP, Stranger In My House, will be featured the day of release, because we know you’ll be on the edge of your seat waiting to hear what else Colbert has in store for his listeners.
Artist Name: Vincent Colbert
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Genre: indie folk, Americana, singer/songwriter