Woe betide any critic that tries to keep up with Richard Lomax, his sonic dreams and spasms of surrealist eccentricity: in 2014 he wrote a new song a week, released every seven days.
It’s this addicting and ingenuity-filled exploration of human values that makes Richard Lomax’s work so triumphant. Now he’s gearing up to release psych-folk kicker ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction’ (click for video) and is giving away a free download to boot.
‘Butterflies’ features not only Richard Lomax’s dulcet tones, but the talented Natalie McCool and the lyric “I’d rather that you were a bowl of fruit”. Download here.
Magnificent choruses gather themselves around impeccable vocals, curious choices of instrumentation, and invigorative rhythm. Lyrically, thrilling storytelling meanders between narrative monologue, his style delivered with deftly-precise and moreish intonation.