Singer-songwriter ‘Martin Reynolds’ has picked up where he left off, with ‘The Boy’s Got Rhythm’, which has once again caught the BBC’s attention, stating that they “absolutely love it!” The track is taken from his self-produced debut album ‘Where There’s Hope’, which is made up of a heartfelt combination of 60’s power pop and unflinchingly sincere lyrics. Discover that the 26th January in Formula Indie
The brand new single is bound to have you bopping along and clicking your fingers to the undeniably catchy melodies and witty lyricism.
Speaking about the release, Reynolds says: “The Boy’s Got Rhythm came quite late on in the writing process for the album, it was the last but one song I had written for it. The studio had closed down at this point, but I couldn’t get this song out of my head, and I knew that it needed to be on the record, it just sounded so different to everything else and had a certain kind of attitude to it, which probably came from listening to a lot of early Elvis, were talking the 1950’s stuff, and a song called ‘I Got Stung’ in particular. It just came to me really quickly, one of those that I pulled out of thin air.