By Anita Stewart, Managing Editor
New Single Release and Video: “In Time I Will Forget You”
Release Date: September 24, 2021
Adam Norsworthy has brought together some of the finest & most respected musicians from the UK’s blues rock scene to back him on his new and upcoming solo album, “Infinite Hotel” due out on March 4, 2022. He has just released the first single from that album, “In Time I Will Forget You.” Adam has been in the UK music scene for years. In addition to working as a solo artist and being a part of the festival scene, he was the front man, singer, guitarist and songwriter with The Mustangs for over 20 years and was also with the Milk Men.
For this fourth album, Adam has formed a super-group with Oli Brown on bass and guitar, Bennett Holland on keyboards, Rich Young on piano and Wayne Proctor on drums. Proctor, also produced and mixed the album. The album is a rich tapestry of different genres using rock, blues, pop music and folk.
About the single, Adam says, “I felt the song was almost like a bluesy James Bond theme tune,” says Adam “so I wanted one of those Bond dancing-girl silhouettes in my video too. The rest of the visuals are true to the lyrics… how the passing of deep time will one day distinguish everything that has ever grown or been built, everything that has ever been created, felt or thought. Some people may feel that this is a depressing thought, I know others find it oddly comforting. I’m undecided myself, so I just make as much music as I can before the decay begins!” He continued about the album: “There are such big themes on this album that it needed a big sound, and we have got that “states Adam. “But it still boils down to the essential essence of a voice, a story and a guitar; critically, the intimacy is still there amidst the huge soundscapes of the songs.”
Adam’s three previous solo albums are “Love & Wine” (2014), “Rainbird” (2016) and “The Circus Moon” (2018). Adam’s work as a solo artist is where he seems to shine. He received accolades for “Rainbird” and he was also named singer-songwriter album of the year by various websites. “In Time I Will Forget You” is now available to download or stream on all digital platforms.
Rock at Night says: “This song reminded me of the classic rock of the late 60’s and early 70’s, the music created a melancholic mood, definitely a break-up song. With emotional lyrics, harmonizing guitars and a slow to mid tempo, this song created an epic landscape for the listener. The video shows us these landscapes including crumbling glaciers, the night sky while a woman dances and the message is that life carries on even though the two subjects in this broken romance are apart. Beautiful and poignant! Bravo!“
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