For those who haven’t run into Callum Pitt yet, this is your chance to fall in love with his clean sound and enchanting harmonies. The young lad from Newcastle has already received praise from DIY, Dork, Crack In The Road, BBC Radio 1 en BBC 6 Music and he has just gone and done it again with new release ‘L.Lane’. His folk pop sound is a well recognisable one and ‘L.Lane’ is just what we hoped to hear when listening to the follow-up of his debut EP ‘Poisoned Reveries’.
Callum said about the single: “’L. Lane’ is primarily about waiting and feeling stuck. It explores the feelings of discontent, disconnect and resentment you feel towards the place you feel stuck in and how easily time can be wasted by not being present mentally.” It is something I can personally relate to, and the amazingly spot on high notes Callum sings sound like the sirens of my dreams. The singer performed a stripped back version of ‘L.Lane’ during one of the Kaleidoscope Sessions that take place at the office of Kaleidoscope Music in the Ouseburn. It was a vulnerable, goose bump-delivering and almost emotional event that still gives me goose bumps when thinking back to it.