What makes a good musical cocktail? There are thousands of possible concoctions that will be good to savor. But at the moment, we are into a dark, moody, soulful Americana-drunken sound, and “Where’s My Girl” by Coyle Girelli is giving off the right buzz.
“Where’s My Girl” is Coyle Girelli’s first solo single since being with The Chevin, a post punk revival band from Leeds. The track is a result of a bunch of epiphanies after Girelli had songwriting sessions with Mac Davis, an iconic lyricist who penned Elvis Presley’s “A Little Less Conversation.”
“Everything seemed to make more sense to me and I let my voice lead the way,” said Girelli.
Girelli has a sound that he likes to call “Modern Noir,” and it’s cinematic, expressive, and stirring. The song is included in Girelli’s upcoming album called “Love Kills.”