Music Review: Myriad – I Walk

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Coming from an incredibly raw and heartfelt standpoint, Southampton quartet – Myriad – are taking the music scene by storm with newest single release ‘I Walk’.

‘I Walk’ touches upon the sensitive topic of ‘losing someone close to you’, with the band running a highly important campaign to spread mental health awareness; the band have explained that this is to reflect ‘people’s internal struggles with mental health’ and to highlight a ‘positive resolution for each of them’.

Echoing the sounds of a whole host of talented industry figures, whether it be The 1975, Fleetwood Mac or many more Indie-rock sensations, the band should be truly proud of the catchy, positive and individual sound that they’ve managed to grasp with ‘I Walk’ with a passionate purpose.

A personal highlight for me has to be the slick guitar solo, but that is after choosing from a very high quality selection of musical moments throughout this hit-worthy number.

I have so much time for not only Myriad’s music, but also their care for others.

Listen to ‘I Walk’ now 🎧

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