louderman Shares New Single ‘Leave The Beautiful Alone’

Canadian singer and songwriter louderman has just shared his brand new single Leave The Beautiful Alone, a heartwarming piece of music taken from his upcoming album the places we never found. 
I am really enjoying the tone of his voice and how passionate his vocal delivery is, instantly drawing the listener's attention to his relatable storytelling. Leave The Beautiful Alone is a song about reminiscing and celebrating one's past, how one lived so fully, contrasting with a sense of loneliness and isolation in the present. It's a song about how the joys and excitement of youth offset against the present in older age. The touches of nostalgia are quite captivating and they are nicely wrapped around a polished production featuring intricate guitar riffs, emotive piano chords, steady percussive elements and lush strings that create an overall warm and intimate atmosphere perfect for a chill out day home alone with one's thoughts. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, louderman said, 
the song for me is a kind of reminiscence and celebration of ones past... with hopefully a poignant sadness that its over... and a sense of thankfulness that one got through the craziness of youth while keeping once principles in tact... and that one hasn't fallen into the traps of nationalism/fascism... all the things that are 'destroyers' of beauty ..be it art...culture ... or people,... so theres this sense of relief that in those days of full living ...we left the beautiful alone... (with so much nationalism in europe now and the trump years etc that made me very aware of how populism/nationalisms etc love to tear down a cultures works of arts... and the hatred they have for anything beautiful.... i wrote the song with a friend of mine in mind who i spent my time in NYC with ... and lived with him for a couple years etc... (so its a kind of tribute to him and our time together)we also visited nantucket island a few times together so the song talks about our time there as well... and the sense that we lived so fully... that we did it all... and all this is contrasted with 'the present' where the singer is revealing a sense of loneliness and isolation... so the joys and excitement and amazement of youth offset against the present in older age... hope that sheds a bit of light on what the song is for me...