Review: Gabriel Bond – Temporary Insanity

Gabriel Bond is a Kiwi singer-songwriter with a passion for honest, vulnerable lyricism and melodic acoustic riffs, with a repertoire that blends upbeat anthems with melancholic ballads. Playing guitar and singing since he was five years old, his influences range from artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Maggie Rogers, John Mayer and Van Morrison.

Gabriel Bond is possibly one of the most outstanding artists we’ve ever come across this month so far. Gabriel, released a beautiful new record last month and upon hearing it for the first time, we immediately fell in love with the unique lyrics, titled “Temporary Insanity”. And we are confident that you enjoy the talented artist’s distinctive vocals. It’s rich, it’s distinctive, and it has an energy that you can’t help but fall in love with it. Regardless of your music taste, we’re 100% confident you’ll enjoy this release just as much as we do.

Check out “Temporary Insanity” for yourself and let us know what you think, and make sure to follow the artist on social media.

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