Behind the Track

Behind the Track: Ewan Kinrade

24th June 2017

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What was the inspiration behind your track?

Musically, people like Richard Ashcroft and The Last Shadow Puppets. As well as old film scores by people like John Barry and Elmer Bernstein.

What did your process involve?

The verses and choruses were written separately then and then put together later on, happy accident. The writing of the strings involved me sat on Sibelius trying to figure out how it worked.

Is there a specific line that stands out in the song, and why?

“Make your way down the estate, the salt of the earth on your plate” – It’s the most direct lyric in the song.

Can you describe your sound in three words?

Old fashioned Pop

What’s the best thing about studying at BIMM?

You make lots of contacts via the tutors. You meet lots of really good musicians that play like pros already. You’re getting a degree to do music.

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Sarah-Louise Burns

Having been part of the BIMM Marketing Team since 2016, Sarah has been working in Social Media Marketing since 2013. She Graduated the University of Hertfordshire in BA(Hons) Photography and Media Business and has a keen interest in the power of social media.