WK: PALMER REED RELEASES NEW TRACK “CHANGES”

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The true grit, against the grain singer/songwriter Palmer Reed has drop another single, that conceptually continues to push the envelope of his musical abilities. The team at WordKrush first discovered Palmer Reed on Youtube, singing “Better Man” by James Morrison. It was there we fell in love with the Orlando artist. Cascading into his out of the box musical arrangements, from “Vacation Lover” to “Long Way Home,” the connection had been made.

Last week he invited listeners back into his world with his new single “Changes”. With the passion behind his lyrics, and the connection to the message he delivers thorough the blues production, Palmer brings out human emotions that are relatable to the frail heart.

It’s simply a treat to watch this artist grow in front of our eyes, and it keeps the team at WordKrush waiting to see what he has in store for us next. We give “Changes” a  WK Grade: A+++

I feel like its all just a game/ That i’ll never win/ But I’m still trying hard just to see/ To live my past again/ But they say when the past is calling/ Let it ring, ring, ring/ It has nothing new to say/ And I know, no matter what it won’t change a thing/ But it feels like it’s changing today/” 

Via @WordKrush Palmer Reed Performs Frank Ocean’s “Novacane” 4/20/15 BackBooth, Orlando Florida

“Music is Like Art for the ears, and art is like music for the eyes, and that is how I see it, I feel like with investing in that sort of thing you can only better yourself as a person.” – Palmer Reed 

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