Kramies ‘The Fate That Never Favored Us’ Reviewed at Totoromoon

[Translated from the French original via Google]

“Today is a special day, not only because we are the 13th of the month, day of the month chosen sweet treat for you, dear readers Totoromoon, but also because we are celebrating the 200th item posted on the blog since its creation! 200 articles, more than 34,500 views, 274 subscribers by email, Facebook 443 subscribers for this modest little blog … enough to make me a happy blogger.

And to celebrate, what better than a nice gift? The Fate That Never Favored Us, it’s the new piece of an artist dear to my heart, the talented American songwriter of Dutch origin Kramies. And it is a nice gift for you to download.

With this piece, always produced by the brilliant Jason Lytle, Kramies confirms the extent of his talent and sensitivity. The Fate That Never Favored Us is a new title of aerial dream-pop, guitar and keyboards at once melancholy and sensual. A lilting waltz and throbbing on the destiny, where Kramies takes us, his delicate voice in starry dreams.

The visual of this new single is once again directed by French photographer Jerome Sevrette and is, once again, simply sublime, with the image of this wonderful piece.”

- Totoromoon

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