[Best of June] Terence Ryan: To Live and Die in New England

Among the various singles released this month, it's the homage to New England that stood up the most to the Frog.

3 Terence Ryans' To Live And Die In New England interpreted by o S A P O m u d o | f r o m t h e F R O G

Every month with the help from o S A P O M u d o | f r o m t h e F R O G we select the best song of the month. The selected song is entitled to a special drawing. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. 

 

Terence Ryan is a favourite of ours, this is no surprise. We talked about him three times in under a year. But guess what? o S A P O M u d o | f r o m t h e F R O G agrees with us. Among the various singles released this month, it’s the homage to New England that stood up the most to the Frog.

In true storytelling form, Terence Ryan presents us several scenarios that occur(red) in New England. The Frog took no sleep and immediately picked up on those strong visual clues. The anchor representing the bay state and present on the necklace; the scissors, hammers, glasses… All those scenarios that have been sung and represented in the video? The little blue boat traveling back (“Come back home to the ones who raised you“) among the black everything? Well, the Frog was able to pick up on every single one of them and provide them with a human connection.


She says it’s hard to make the video justice. We think she’s done a terribly great job.

In the meantime, Terence Ryan’s debut album Don’t Panic was released. And once again, he’s proven why he was among our top 10 artists in 2016, why he still is one of our favourite artists from 2017 and the Frog’s pick of the month.

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