Anthony Snape – Say So

As he prepares to embark on his US college tour, Anthony Snape is releasing a new single – Say So.

Who is Anthony Snape? Well, if you’re asking that then you clearly aren’t a long time reader of my blog. He is the artist behind two of my favourite albums: Disappearing Day and Acoustic Sunday. He also happens to be a rather lovely guy whose career I’ve been following since the days when Myspace ruled the world. Oh, and he’s Australian.

Currently abiding in Nashville, this new single shows a different side to Snape’s vocals. It’s more rock/pop than some of his previous releases with the electric guitar appearing to replace the acoustic guitar notes that I adored on Acoustic Sunday. A change in direction can be good though and Say So has certainly impressed me.

It’s one of those songs that is catchy without being grating. Yes, the chorus is repetitive – someone is clearly saying something – but it makes for enjoyable listening. And as for his use of metaphors? ‘Tear at my heart with a lie, with your fingernails of ice’. Fingernails of ice? I love this.

So whilst his ‘sound’ might be evolving into something new, his lyrics remain as strong as ever. And it’s because of his songwriting that I’ve always admired Snape’s music. He’s definitely worth a look into!

For tour dates and more information check out www.anthonysnape.com
Say So is released today (September 1st) on both UK and US iTunes

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1 comment so far

  1. Nahum on

    once again a great review. i think a slightly rockier direction might be a good thing. Not that i don’t enjoy his acoustic stuff, which i hope he keeps up, but i enjoy a bit more of a rock/pop twang and i think he manages it quite well. I’m not totally hooked just yet but i’d defo count myself a fan 🙂


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