Burn The Louvre tame their inner demons on “Silhouettes”

Burn The Louvre tame their inner demons on “Silhouettes”

“Silhouettes” is the 10th single and title track off of Burn The Louvre’s debut LP Silhouettes. The band have been releasing the album 1 song per month since January. “Silhouettes” is a dark, moody indie rock song inspired by The Last Shadow Puppets and the end of singer/guitarist Jordan Speare’s first relationship.

You can listen to “Silhouettes” here: https://vibe.to/silhouettes

“I am a huge fan of The Last Shadow Puppets, so they inspired the mood and the music. I had the chord progression with all the little hammer-ons for “Silhouettes” figured out a few months prior to me and my first girlfriend breaking up back when I was 24,” recalls Speare, “and then when it finally happened, I wrote the lyrics to this and finished the whole song in a matter of days. It was actually extremely therapeutic to organize my thoughts like that, I didn’t really even have to go back and edit this one much, my 1st draft was almost spot-on,” he smiled before adding, “feel free to insert some cliché here about speaking from the heart.”

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