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Callum Pitt – Happiness [Review]

Callum Pitt – Happiness [Review]

Newcastle born indie-songwriter Callum Pitt releases his latest heartwarming track ‘Happiness’.

Taking influences from The War on Drugs, Bon Iver and Fleet Foxes, Pitt combines finger-picked folk with his stunning falsetto to create an upbeat indie hit.

Pitt has released a steady stream of singles over the past year and all have brought him industry attention. His track ‘Least He’s Happy’ had immediate success and landed him on Spotify’s coveted ‘New Music Friday’ playlists across Europe. While his following single ‘Rabbits’ received airplay from BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music. Pitt continues to build his following by supporting artists such as Meadowlark, Dan Owen, Cape Cup, Isaac Gracie and The Pale White. His string of live shows culminated in his first headline show in November last year, which sold out within two days, a full month ahead of the show.

His artistry continues to shine with his newest track ‘Happiness’. It details the internal struggle most people have when trying to find their place in the world. Yet, Pitt’s lyrics become more optimistic as the song continues. He tells his listener to focus on the importance of finding happiness in life through people and small deeds. His lyrics suggest belonging is found by enjoying the little things in life that we often take for granted. The single is thus a collection of beautiful harmonies, cheerful melodies and accomplished lyricism. Following an impressive debut year, Callum Pitt is one to watch closely in 2018.

 

Review by Kate Pearson

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