John Hayes - Just You Remember
Imagine it’s a late night, it’s been raining for hours and you’re feeling quite reclusive. That’s the moment when you discover John Hayes latest track, “Just You Remember.”
The piano tone is dark and warm, the notes are a bit melancholic but the atmosphere is incredibly beautiful. There’s a texture that can heard underneath each note, one that accompanies the pouring rain outside.
Maybe you decide to spend the evening cuddled up, keeping warm and away from the cold weather outside. The best companion you could have in that moment is “Just You Remember” as it helps you relax and drift asleep.
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