Tony Bullets - Follow
The evening is late, you’ve just come home from a night out but still pulsating with energy and thoughts from recent conversations. You couldn’t possibly go straight to bed just yet, so you begin to dig and look for the perfect song to help you relax and settle down for the remainder of the night. That’s when you hear the soft and hypnotizing notes of Tony Bullets’ latest track, “Follow.”
The song is filled with spacious chords and an incredibly captivating vocal melody, one that gives an intimate and personal sense. “Follow” is the single from his upcoming project, Golem .
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