Conrad Deadly releases third single, laidback indie-folk number ‘Apple Tree’
Margate based singer-songwriter Conrad Deadly returns with his third release, stripped back number ‘Apple Tree’.
Impactful and ready for your ears to taste on, ‘Apple Tree’ is delicate but uses a powerful message to leave listeners gripped.
On the release, Conrad mentions, “”I wrote the song overlooking Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo when I was 19 originally. Then when the love I guess it was about had expired, the friend who produced it was helping me get my shit together and we recorded it in a disgusting flat in Whitechapel.
“Love has no boundaries, genders or borders. Neither should society, In a world where people are trying to tell us where we can and can’t travel don’t let people judge you for where your heart longs to go”
‘Apple Tree’ is highlighted in a laidback folk arrangement with tinges of indie-punk in it’s mix. A melancholic wonder that highlights the liberty to love, the honesty within ‘Apple Tree’ is breathtaking.