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Damien Jones ‘I Used to Think That Everyone Was Faithful’

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Following the release of three previous singles, ‘I Used To Think That Everyone Was Faithful’ marks Damien Jones’ return to the music scene, exploring his sceptical views on love influenced by past experiences with unfaithful partners.

Damien Jones – I Used To Think That Everyone Was Faithful

Damien Jones, a singer-songwriter from the land down under, first introduced himself to the world with his debut single ‘Hold Me.’ Based in the bustling city of London, he has made it his creative hub, constantly writing and producing music. As an LGBT proud artist, Jones has built a dedicated following through his original songwriting and the gradual release of more tracks, as well as by briefly covering songs on his social media pages, further highlighting his talent.

Drawing inspiration from a diverse range of artists such as Hollow Coves, Madonna, Noah Gundersen, and Taylor Swift, Damien infuses his music with a multitude of ideas. This is evident in his latest release, ‘I Used To Think That Everyone Was Faithful’, where he blends acoustic elements with ethereal synths and luscious harmonies, perfectly complementing the central vocal melody and lyrics.

At the beginning of the track, Damien reflects on his past and laments how his naive beliefs about love have been shattered. He sings, ‘I used to think that everyone was faithful. It’s funny what the innocent believe,” and the mellow beat keeps the song from getting too gloomy or downbeat.

In essence, when you listen to the song, it makes you ponder on your own past and how you see life and love. It also conveys the singer’s desire to relive the carefree and optimistic days of being 21, where fear was not a hindrance and endless possibilities were within reach. How we all wish we could experience that feeling again!

“I Used To Think That Everyone Was Faithful, is a folk/pop gem that is both uplifting and introspective, like a warm embrace on a chilly winter’s night.” 

This song creates a charming atmosphere with a mix of folk and pop styles. Even Damien’s voice is like a warm, comforting presence that feels as familiar as an old friend, beckoning you to come along on a journey of reflection.

With such an impressive start to his career, we can’t wait to see what other exciting musical endeavours Damien Jones has in store for us in the future.

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Words Abby Teodosio