Ditch Sympathy For Empathy With George Glew’s “Home Love”

Sympathy kills, empathy feels.

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In his new single “Home Love, Bristol artist George Glew captures the hardest emotion you can ask from anyone: empathy. Layered with gleaming chords and subtly moody ambience, “Home Love” is a warm slice of bluesy indie piece that feels like a comforting emotional cocoon. The beaming synths and quivering strings tie you to George’s crispy vocals that channel raw sentiments from the most vulnerable corners. Stream below.

In regards to his the song, Glew explained, “it’s a song about empathizing with someone who is at their lowest. Knowing that everyone goes through hardships and low points and doing something to help that person. Acknowledging that you’ve been through a time similar to this person creates a vulnerability which I think comes across in the song.”

“Home Love” is George’s third single release in just three months. His previous two singles, “Bury Me” and “Me And My Brother,” have already accumulated more than 125k streams and been rotated around radios including BBC Radio 1, Radio X, and Beats 1. He has show dates coming up:

10/7 – Neighbourhood Festival (Manchester, UK)

10/10 – Gallimaufry (Bristol, UK)