Music, Singles, The Revue — March 10, 2016 at 8:00 am

Kyle Meadows – “Low Time Call” (single premiere)

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Kyle MeadowsThere are a myriad of very talented singer-songwriters out there that end up gaining a very loyal fan base. There usually needs to be two elements to make that formula successful – introspective, lyrical content and vocals that keep the listener’s full attention.

These traits are possessed by relative newcomer Kyle Meadows, a native of Charleston, West Virginia and emerging singer-songwriter. Meadows, however, has something more, something truly special. His vocals are airy and inviting while his lyrical honesty and transparency draw listeners in and keep them suspended. It also doesn’t hurt that his intricate guitar work and composition creates a sense of belonging and familiarity much like the talents of other great artists, such as Sufjan Stevens. This entire package of talents is what will help Meadows firmly plant himself alongside other successful singer-songwriters – not eventually, but real soon.

His new single, “Low Time Call”, exemplifies why we are excited about Meadows’ potential and what the future holds for him. The song is thoughtful and intimate, graceful yet breathtakingly beautiful. It’s a song that grabs hold of you and doesn’t let go – or for that matter, that you don’t want it to end.

Hear “Low Time Call” below in this exclusive premiere, which we are immensely privileged to do today. The song will be on Kyle Meadows’, forthcoming, eponymous album, which will be released on June 16th. A brief background of Kyle is provided after the audio for “Low Time Call”.

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Brief Background on Kyle Meadows

Kyle Meadows is a singer/songwriter from Charleston, West Virginia. By combining acoustic instrumentation with elements of shoegaze, rock, and folk music, he offers a wide variety of music agreeable to any listener. He released his debut album, False Charmers, early in 2015, and it features songs that are loaded with vocal melodies and intricate layers of guitar work (hear it here).

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