‘Boat On The Water’ provides more poignant imagery and effortless charm from Skinny Dippers

The track follows the release of the CLOUT-lauded 'Night To Day'.

The track follows the release of the CLOUT-lauded ‘Night To Day’.

Ryan Goss’s ¬†Brooklyn NY based Indie Music project Skinny Dippers has shown unerring consistency lately, crafting memorable and often poignant sounds that continue to gain acclaim and plaudits. Using the thoughtful, and often heartbreaking imagery of the idea of long distance relationships being like boats that drift together and apart, with neither person really being able to control it, his new release ‘Boat On The Water’ instantly becomes a track that anybody who has been through a similar situation can resonate with and understand its message.

Musically, the track is packed full of rousing moments as it breezes along, not dissimilar to a boat itself, gently providing a serene platform for the artist’s poignant imagery thoroughly engaging writing. From the artist’s soft vocals to the subtle instrumentation that creates this feeling of serenity and calm, ‘Boat On The Water’ is a track that continues to paint Skinny Dippers as a really exciting emerging artist with a considered approach to songwriting and tracks that bleed with poignant, purposeful substance. Another effortless and rewarding release from an artist that we can’t get enough of lately.