Every year, from a quiet and snowy wood near Lake Michigan, the ever-acroamatic Brad Peterson writes and records an annual holiday song in a hand-constructed garden shed studio. Just a few months after the release of “the unknown album“, comes his 2018-2019 offerings.
An antithesis to a traditional Holiday song, this song was written looking out over a snowstorm that blanketed the cityscape on Christmas eve, which seemed to ‘freeze’ it as a still image.
Written, performed, and produced by Brad Peterson
Key: Bb Minor
bells. celeste, acoustic guitar, piano, mallets, bass, harmony, backing vocal, Brass, Tuba, French Horns, nostalgic, Winter, City, Orchestral, Dreamy, Expressive, melancholy, lonely, Serious, reflective, anthemic, introspective, inspirational
Listen if you like:
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