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Single Review: Jim Kroft – ‘Memoirs From The Afterlife’

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Last year we got to take in the first nostalgic whiff of singer songwriter Jim Kroft’s take on the summery sounds of Brit-pop when he released his debut record, Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea which carried the brilliant lead single, One Sees The Sun.

JimKroftMemoirsFromTheAfterlifeNow, six months on we are given the singers latest single to be taken from his forthcoming sophomore release.

Memoirs Of The Afterlife is in sync with his previous releases. The fresh, summer vibe is still present on this latest catchy effort for Kroft and comes fully filled with a big orchestral backdrop and gorgeously flowing backing vocals that really fill the track to the brim.

The track is very cinematic and a much more commercial outing than Kroft’s previous singles.

The Berlin based musician’s latest venture into the world of the mainstream is penciled in for Monday 21st February and could see the promising new singer songwriters breakthrough come in the form of the parent record which sees its release later in the year.

The single release of Memoirs Of The Afterlife is also accompanied by a sweetly Parisian laced, jazz cafe inspired B-side Cracked Polaroid making it a single well worth the buy as well as coming in a tasty liltle packaging.