A renowned artist already appealed as one capable of reinventing musicianship, as well as a proven musician for showcasing versatility and preciosity, TuskHead continues to take his musical legacy one step forward song after song.
Previously known by the stage name of Sandwick, TuskHead remains faithful to that honest approach that led him to cruise through the international southern rock music charts, up to raising an ever-growing audience.
“I wrote this song on the car ride back from work. It’s an hour drive until I get home, and the lyrics just popped in my head. The second I got home, I immediately wrote them down and picked up my Taylor to write the basic melody/song structure.”
So TuskHead recounts how he gave birth to what is a love song … with a little twist. Then he continues, “”I Guess” it’s about having someone close you have feelings for, someone who just makes you feel good in every way, but the relationship just cannot grow.”
With the delicacy of a guitar, the penetrance of TuskHead’s voice, and suggestive probing lyrics, “I Guess” is a lovely prose with which this inspired artist takes us in a creative world crowned by a touching songwriting, capable of arousing vivid feelings like few others.
And the artwork, made by talented photographer Ellen Thomassen, is a perfect reflection of all the meanings conveyed by “I Guess.”
Here we find all the passion of one of the most genuine feelings: love. A bright red color highlights an umbrella, depicting a refined dualism: a shelter with which to protect the beloved one, and at the same time a sail with which to take off and fly with her to new places never seen before.
In the background, flocks of leaden clouds embroider the words of TuskHead, which satisfies us with the bitterness of lyrics such as:
Capable to mint an immersive songwriting, with his “I Guess” TuskHead is one of the most interesting discoveries we have made in recent months. Certainly an artist to follow closely. No doubt.
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