• Lives


The song comes out of the gate deceptively disguised as simple folk tune, built around looping percussion, before it takes the listener on a three minute journey, effortlessly flowingly across genres ranging from madrigal, to 70’s soft rock, and offset by modern, bombastic electronic stabs. Finne’s fingerpicked classical guitar is the thread that ties together the seemingly disparate airy and grave elements - hallmarks of Chorus Grant, embedded in a song that also signals a new direction for Finne. The duelling recorders transports the listener back hundreds of years to face the roar of a baritone saxophone. Dellusion lurks in the fine spun web of Kristians classical guitar picking as murmurs and ruminations of transition and transformation float above the brooding rhythm section.