Today I'm listening to the brand new album from Neyse, for the first time.
It's called: Haykırmadan Anlatamam, and this is the song Nafile.
As my Turkish isn't fluent, I have to translate the lyrics before I can comment on them.
But I don't need to know the words, to enjoy this great music!
Wonderful melodies, sometimes a haunting sorrowful feeling, mixed together with a hard rough sound and heavy guitars and bass. I assume that it's Selim Kırılmaz on bass, since he's a bassist.
And the voice of Selim Kırılmaz that I love listening to... This contradiction, raw pain contrasted with a delicate gentle sound, sometimes even in the same song: Derhal.
I don't need to know the words to feel the pain, the sorrow and grief, the frustration...
The first listening tells me that I will love this album, and probably so will many others. I know that many of you don't speak Turkish, but you should really broaden your horizons and give it a try! There are some amazing musicians & bands from Turkey. Neyse is one of them! 💕
Link to the album on Spotify is in the profile! https://open.spotify.com/album/3XXKgskm7djxdE6UVFbfkH
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