Brian Walker is a singer/songwriter from New Hampshire who brings us his pop hit “Call Me”. He has a polished tone and delivery in his vocals with a smooth finish like a good cabernet sauvignon.
Brian tells us,
Call Me was a song I wrote early last year reflecting on one of my past relationships. I produced the beat, mixed it, and had the song mastered by Chris Gehringer (“Closer”, The Chainsmokers) of Sterling Sound in Edgewater, NJ, just outside of NYC. There were several different versions of the pre-chorus and verses that continuously got changed over the past year, as I constantly tried to make the lyrics better, and make the song more digestible for the listener. The lyrics for this particular song were accurate to my personal experiences when I wrote it, so I feel a special connection to it. I feel like the song really got to the heart of exactly what I was trying to say. The minor 7th chord progression I chose gave “Call Me” that nice dark R&B vibe that I tend to gravitate towards, and the bass in the chorus gave it the exciting payoff that I like. Play this song on some big speakers with a lot of bass and crank the volume, and you’ll have the room shaking in the chorus 😉
It’s a pop song that has an indie rock feel surrounded by buttery vocals that truly resonate. Listen below!