Describing the track as “a playful ode to the friends we spend our best moments with — the ones who also see us at our worst”, Almost Owen’s ‘One Lucky Man’ is an upbeat dance-worthy bop of a track, which takes sonic inspiration from pop, funk, soul, and disco, with added EDM elements. It’s a truly cross-genre track, with Almost Owen’s lead supported by a groovy backing vocal sounding for all the world like The Drifters.
Songwriter and artist Almost Owen pays tribute and appreciation to meaningful, lasting friendships with his latest release. For those with a love for pop-rock anthems and uplifting music in general, One Lucky Man is an easy must. For those new to Almost Owen’s music, it makes for the perfect introduction to an artist with a heartfelt and passionate approach to writing and performance; both of which shine brightly throughout this new release.
Almost Owen returns with yet another bop called One in a Million. This smoothed out song is an intimate love song about two lovers who enjoy each other and just let the world fall away. One in a Million has a mid tempo beat which gives it a nice relaxing vibe that is great if you want to get close to someone.
Almost Owen, returns with lush electro-pop single ‘One In A Million’. This warm and sensual record paints a vivid picture of two lovers together in their hideaway, sheltered from the unwelcome intrusion of the outside world.
Something in You by Almost Owen was recently released and this John Mayer-esque pop song is bound to hit you right in the feels. The vibe here is soft, slightly upbeat, and has a sense of longing. We all have a hard time letting go of something or someone from time to time so it’s easy for the listener to relate to the feelings being expressed. Still, the song has a very soothing aspect to all this longing. Dare I say that it is a rather sweet song.
“Something In You” has all the feels of guitar by the campfire. It starts off as folksy-pop but swells into the haunting ghost story of a love that might be long gone. Almost Owen’s warm husky vocals are full of hope and heartache, the chorus echoes through you like the melodic howl of a moonstruck lover—it’s surprising and lovely. And we’re hooked.