Bristol singer songwriter Rob Bravery has launched a video for his brand new single 'A Calendar Life', taken from his forthcoming album 'Esque'. The album is set to drop in early 2015, and the new track follows previous single release 'Knock Out Ginger'.
The video, directed by newcomer Bronte Dow, is another quirky release from the UK singer. It features Rob Bravery seemingly mooching about a modest, twin bed hotel room late one morning, with the time appearing to press forwards and backwards as he takes a series of unusual Polaroids of himself while crooning, 'Stave off today'. There's an appropriate lullaby effect of the track in its gentle, rhythmic acoustic guitar backing, chiming melody and Rob's echoing, dreamy vocals, almost as if the singer's imploring you to join in in 'staving off' the day. To which we are happy to oblige.
Rob Bravery made his debut on November 11th 2014 with first single 'Knock Out Ginger', which he described as 'a collection of childhood scenes. Like Schumann's 'Kinderszenen' but with a difficult chorus'. 'A Calendar Life' is a much more folksy follow-up, and another fine taster for what's to come with his brand new album release 'Esque' next year.
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