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Tim Wildsmith

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Raw sound and honest lyrics are the key ingredients that make up the new release from alternative pop newcomer Tim Wildsmith. The Omaha-based artist's "A New Morning" is a refreshing mix of alternative rock and mellow pop that draws comparisons to the likes of Ryan Adams, Damien Rice, and Aqualung.

Wildsmith is quickly gaining fans with his incredibly vulnerable lyrics, with which he tells the story of trying to survive a broken heart. You can tell he's been through a lot. From gentler, piano-based songs like "Recovery" and "Second Chance" to guitar-driven rockers like "Somehow" and "Love Is On The Move," he invites listeners in as he struggles to keep moving.

"I was just really honest with myself while writing these songs," Tim says. "I think people can connect with them because they've been there. We all get hurt. We all go through rough spots."

Indeed the album is personal and emotional, but you also get a sense that Wildsmith has started to move on. Songs like "Made It Through" and "A New Morning" breathe hope into the heartache. He wears his heart on his sleeve, and watching him perform live you'll see a guy who's not broken, but perhaps just a little fragile.

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balancingact (level 12) wrote:
Who sings the beautiful harmonies on Recovery?
7 years ago
afds (level 2) wrote:
hly..sh..t you almost sound like the fray
7 years ago
CaptainSpice (level 9) wrote:
Great song and awsome lyrics!!!!! keep up the great work and look foward to hearing more great songs from you!

FRANCO
8 years ago
cmoneyspruce (level 17) wrote:
Quality, brother.
9 years ago
Apocalypse (level 36) wrote:
Tim, love the music. Keep'em coming. Looking forward to more stuff from you soon.
9 years ago
bycalculus (level 20) wrote:
absolutely perfect...
9 years ago
Dv8ted1 (level 42) wrote:
wow! good stuff.
9 years ago
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