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Savvy and The Savoir-Faire ft. Lindley Infant School Choir - What We Really Need MP3 [Saving Grace]
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Monday, 08 September 2014
Savvy and The Savoir-Faire ft. Lindley Infant School Choir - What We Really Need MP3 [Saving Grace MSavvy aka Asaviour has a new single which he has released called "What We Really Need" and it features both Savvy's band - The Savoir-Faire and the Lindley Infant School Choir, a local school from his home town. Its the result of a community based project Savvy delivered with the Social enterprise arm of his label Saving Grace Music. This is a very down-tempo and reflective offering with plenty of nods to the old school in terms of flows.

Savvy delivers heartfelt and thought provoking lyrics in an almost conversational style of lyricism and covers topics including: equality, artist perceptions, ego, pride, artist survival and more... The production is soulful with a vintage tone to the song with chords and trumpets and chord progressins which all meld with the singing for a cohesive track which points to the natural human traits which hold society back.

Check it out below.





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