"When the Morning Comes" by Daniel Kremer [Review]

Daniel Kremer is a former college athlete turned musician with a sound that delights. Raised in Northern Kentucky, Kremer was set to play college football in California, but his passion for music led him in another direction. Having a knack for song-writing and experience performing in the Bay Area, he decided to throw in the towel and pursue his musical ambitions.


Kremer has something of an entrepreneurial spirit having started a band named Covert Run with a group of friends in Chicago. Now, he's working on his first solo album while performing. He derives musical inspiration from his travels including cross country trips and frequent visits to New York. His single, When the Morning Comes, is a testament to his aptitude for song-writing and ability to create soul-stirring melodies.


Have you ever listened to a song that just gives you goosebumps? One that fills you with such emotion that you find yourself holding your breath, only to be revived by musical breaks, striking harmonies, and soaring sounds? When The Morning Comes is one of those songs.


It starts with an acoustic guitar - a composition of light chords that breathe. Enter Kremer, who opens up with gentle, and conversational vocals, still the notes are full and never waver. From there, a steady and harmonious build up leads to a series of soulful interludes. The easy-flowing rhythms and transitions of this piece work.


Final thoughts: original and highly emotive.

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