Philip Bowen – Anymore

“If the music is able to bloom, like tulips in the spring, then this term can be attributed to the new song -Philip Bowen. Multilayer, amazing, requiring special attention composition with the correct semantic promise in the texts. (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Если музыка способна расцвести, словно тюльпаны по весне, то этот термин можно отнести к новой песни -Philip Bowen-. Многослойная, удивительная, требующая особого внимания композиция с правильным смысловым посылом в текстах.”

Artist said about this song:

“Just like in the song, I have a gold watch that sits on my desk in my studio. It’s a 50th anniversary watch that my Grandma gave to my Grandpa, and it’s the only thing I have of his since he passed. A few months back, I was writing a song and it just stopped working, and for whatever reason it broke my heart. It felt like the last part of him I had was well and truly gone.”

“Several years earlier, at the funeral for my Grandma, my Grandpa looked over at me and said, ‘I don’t think they’ll ever make ’em like her anymore.’ That line flashed back to me, and so I began writing ‘Anymore’. The song is about the tides of life and how sometimes it doesn’t seem like things will ever get better, or that pain is always on the horizon. This track helped me cope with grief and sadness during a tough time, and I think a lot of people will relate to that feeling.”

Reviewed by Nagamag on April 19, 2022