575381_381157188666609_1900876575_nIn a world of dark musical clouds, where everyone seems to have an agenda or an axe to grind, where musicians know more about what they are against than what they stand for, it is good to come across artists who are happy to revel in song writing built on straight forward communication and honest integrity.

Here, New York’s Alva deliver a song with a stratospheric feel good factor, it reminds us that no matter what the trials and tribulations on the way to requited love, it is the simple attractions which hold the most power. A simple message wrapped in the most straightforward of musical deliveries, who said life had to be complicated?


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