Tony Njoku’s poem “As We Danced” is a soulful and synthetic whirl

Tony Njoku‘s new single “As We Danced” will be featured on his upcoming album “H.P.A.C.” due out on April 27 via Silent Kid Records.

British-Nigerian singer-songwriter-producer Tony Njoku is back with an experimental poem “As We Danced”. “Tell me is this love the same that turns the sun and earth”, sings the artist in the middle of synthetic twists. His soulfoul waltz is rousing: he grabs us with his vocal hooks and we whirl in the exquisite meanders of his raging James Blake-esque arpeggios.

About “As We Danced”, Tony Njoku detailed:

“As We Danced” is probably the most romantic song I’ve ever written. Lyrically, it’s a poem of love, passion, grandeur and on into manipulation and finally emancipation. But structurally…I imagined a kind of Greek tragedy; from pleasure to suffering to catharsis.

Catch Tony Njoku on stage at the Off The Cuff- Brixton, London, on May 12.

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