Posted on: December 12, 2018 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 1

A tremendously interesting blend of pop and modern rock styles, Daniel Shaw is able to make a statement with his new single Don’t Leave Me Now. Beautiful vocals are able to be weaved in with intricate bass and a continually shifting and changing instrumentation. With everything playing at their peaks, the resulting track is something ethereal and impacting. The distinct sections of Shaw’s single means that the track moves through alt-rock to EDM and pop with tremendous ease. The raw charisma that emanates from this cut makes this an easy inclusion for modern pop and college radio stations. Closing up shop at the 3:30 mark, Shaw has a hell of a hit on his hands.

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  1. […] Used To Be is a tremendously touching effort that showcases the vocal range of Daniel Shaw. An alluring piano line is matched well with booming drums to make a beat that will tattoo itself deep into the minds and hearts of listeners. The narrative that Shaw lays down here is something that has fallen out of love will understand. The ability of Shaw to come forth and reinvigorate the pop of the late 1990s with a luxurious production and taut instrumentation vaults him into the highest echelon of pop performers. With just enough of a rock hook present here, there’s no doubt in our mind that Shaw’s latest will be a rotation mainstay throughout the summer. We last checked out Shaw in December 2018; Don’t Leave Me Now. […]

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