Charming Voice ‘Jeremy Engel’ from Dublin made a marvelous song called ‘Secret Place’ ready to debut in Formula Indie the November 24th

Charming Voice ‘Jeremy Engel’ from Dublin made a marvelous song called ‘Secret Place’ ready to debut in Formula Indie the November 24th

With his captivating voice and intimate storytelling, Jeremy Engel has a unique way of touching
listener’s hearts. Inspired by the likes of Leonard Cohen and Rory Gallagher, the French born, Dublin
based singer/songwriter creates deeply evocative songs. With fluid guitar playing and adventurous
soundscapes, Jeremy has proven himself to be the rare artist capable of perfectly capturing listeners’
emotions.
Jeremy was born in Normandy, France, and spent much of his life traveling around Europe while
working as an interpreter for the United Nations. As a result, he gained the broad perspective that
would come to define his songwriting. Somewhere along the way, he fell in love with Irish culture,
and settled down there in 2006. After many long nights in pubs absorbing traditional Irish music and
Guinness, he decided to embrace his life long dream of becoming a songwriter in his own right.
In early 2020, Jeremy emerged with his debut single ‘I Don’t Want To Stay.’ Accompanied by a
gorgeous video, the song’s raw emotion served as the perfect introduction to a talented new artist.
Jeremy has since built up a catalog of meaningful songs which he is exited to continue sharing with
his ever growing audience.
About the song “Secret Place”
If Secret Place proves just one thing, it is that music doesn’t have to be brash and bombastic to make
an impact, it can be clever and cooly understated, emotional, poignant and deftly delivered. It can
also be full of space and it is space that is the key ingredient here. Whilst it might seem as if there is
often a lot going on, everything is allowed to breathe perfectly and that is what leaves the lasting
impression.
It is the lingering pause for breath as one line or lyric floats away and before the next one is conjured;
it is the space between the chord or beat that allows the sounds to percolate and swirl, form new
atmospheres and create anticipation in the spaces between, below and beyond the music; it is about
what is not played or sung but in the things that naturally evolve in the DNA of the song which adds
so much. And that comes from leaving room for such alchemy to happen naturally. And if you are not
sure how you do that, then keep playing this song until you understand the power of
understatement.

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