A beautiful folksy ballad from Shannon Fayth. An honest introspective look at the follies of a person who prefers to have no verbal filter, though it doesn’t always have the desired effect.
For our penultimate song in this Summer’s session, Dan Cooper returns as composer in this soulful tune featuring the vocal talents of Shannon Fayth.
Ben Levy is writing for us again this week. His song miserable is the twelfth in our session of fourteen songs. It is a great track, give it a listen.
This week’s song is the first for SOSstudio by James Woodrich. We are excited for you hear it. Your face might melt with rock.
This week’s track is a fun one. ‘Getting the Fear’ by Tony Aguirre is like a carnival in your ears!
Dan Cooper is the writer of this week’s track, ‘Early Shadows’. Listen to the track and read about the inspiration behind it.
The song which marks the half way point in our Summer session is ‘Kingdom of my Heart’ by long time collaborator Shannon Fayth. Take a listen to this beautiful track inspired by her husband and SOSstudio Co-Founder, Colin Robinson.
This writing collaboration between mother and son has resulted in a beautiful song. Take a listen.
‘So Lost’ by Shannon Fayth is the latest offering in our Summer Session where we post a new, original song each week. Take a listen and share with your friends.
‘Rougher Seas’ by Ben Levy is our latest original track. His first contribution to SOSstudio as a writer is a beautiful, thoughtful ballad which you should take a listen to.
Ever wondered exactly how we write, record and release a new song each week? We have made a video to show you how!
Jordan Woods-Robinson has penned this weeks original track, ‘The Weather Man’.
Long time collaborator and SOSstudio Co-Founder, Dan Cooper has written this week’s new song. An Americana influenced thoughtful ballad that is well worth a listen.
The first song in our Summer Session of 14 original songs is written by Shannon Fayth. ‘Homesick Devil’ is inspired by letters written by Shannon’s Grandfather to her Grandmother during the second world war.