Dont Bother Calling by Moses Sumney | Reviews by Indie Accent

DONT BOTHER CALLING
by MOSES SUMNEY


"Listening to his music can bring such great and heartfelt memories"


PART OF AROMANTICISM ALBUM
RELEASED ON 2017

Moses Sumney began his music career at such an early age, however, he played his music privately, the main reason was because he was a shy child. Later at 20, he finally shared his meaningful music with audiences. The debut album, Aromanticism, is a soulful, a blissful aloneness.
The L.A.-based singer-songwriter studied creative writing and poetry, and it has helped him to select words carefully and creatively, in order to apply expression into his songwriting. He listened to Amy Winehouse most of the time when he wrote songs, and her music has always been a major influence on his work. Sumney's voice is sweet and gentle and is very pleasant to listen.
“Don’t Bother Calling” feels depressing, yet brings warmth to the heart. Somehow, listening to his music can bring such great and heartfelt memories, since his lyrics have deeper meanings.





REVIEWED BY: ALLFRIDA AMIN
203 DAYS AGO

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