The Bristolian returns with “Me And My Brother” following breakout track “Bury Me”.
During his childhood in South Wales, George Glew nurtured a passion for folk, soul, and blues before stumbling across the likes of indie and rock and roll. Now the Bristol residing artist is channeling all those influences into his very own fusion of power pop and melodic folk that harks back to the likes of John Mayer and Justin Vernon.
“Me And My Brother” is a delicate ballad and fittingly so as Glew is exploring a distant relationship with his brother and the fragility of their upbringing. As the song weaves through happy memories and strained familial ties Glew begins to touch on the wider ideals of family and community before coming to a poignant conclusion: blood does indeed run thicker than water.