Frederik Cornelius Delights With ‘This Ain’t Love’
Denmark based Indie Folk musician, Frederik Cornelius has recently dropped his new track ‘This Ain’t Love’. A track which has taken Frederik into an ambition direction with a sound comparable with very few.
From first listen, I was an open book having received this earlier this year. I was told it was an Indie gem and that is not too far from the truth. Also, ‘This Ain’t Love’ stays true to its indie roots and I can hear influences from Mccartney and Father John Mist. However maybe not with quite as much flare as its predecessors. Nevertheless, that is not to say this isn’t a great release. In fact, I would put it in my top list of indie tracks of recent times. Plus, Frederik is early on in his career. Therefore, if this track is anything to go by then the future is looking very bright for the Dane.
It starts with a rather smooth acoustic guitar ringing out. Then Frederik opens with a transparent vocal indicating that the love he once had has been lost, pretty sorrowful to say the least. On the flip side, it could be read that although the love has gone, everything is still okay, which could also be deemed as a positive. That really just depends on which journey you want to take with the track.
The chorus hits you like a tonne of bricks with its infectious melodies and catchy hooks which would probably not sit too out of place on a Jake Bugg album. Although this release is quite short in length, it does everything it needs to do. Therefore hats off to Frederik.
The track took me into an emotional realm (Not necessary a bad thing either). Also if like me, I am sure it will lead you into a place where you are itching to hit replay. You can listen to the track below.
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