TRACK OF THE DAY // SAVIOUR
Today’s TRACK OF THE DAY is Saviour by Jennings Couch
Born in the wilderness of New York City, raised in rural England and made on the streets of London, Jennings Couch is someone who embraces change. Since writing his first songs at the age of 7, Jennings has gone on to create a unique - and eccentric - pop voice. In the beginning of 2017 after having recorded an album’s worth of music, Jennings began gigging and within three months was on his way to Austin, Texas to perform at SXSW 2017. This was followed by a trip to Chengdu, China to perform at the 2017 Silk Road Indie Music Festival where Jennings won the award for ‘Best Song in Show’. Live, Jennings Couch employs pitch perfect harmonisations and anthemic arrangements that provide fans with rich and varied soundscapes that compares to the likes of The 1975 and Imagine Dragons. His lyrics deal with a range of philosophical, social and scientific topics from physics to heartbreak and everything in between. Whether a result of his influences, travels or tendency towards the obtuse, one this is certain: in an era of copycat faux-musicality, Jennings Couch is a refreshingly unique proposition.
You can listen to Saviour below