A sad love story told by a smart phone. Watch the new video from Tim Dawn

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Tim Dawn was one of the first at our session stage. Back then he had just released his first EP “Up”. And from then on the way went up for the singer,  despite of course the usual tribulations from an indie artist. The newest highlight in his musical career is the single “Walking On A Wire” which premiered today.

Before the music Tim Dawn was a prize-winning law graduate. He was well on his way to a PhD and the big bucks. And then… Dawn fell for music (thank God!). And moved to a petting zoo slash monumental windmill property in the heart of Utrecht, the Netherlands. His story is subtly reflected in his artisanal yet modern indie pop songs: you can hear both the peace and quiet of a life amongst the pigs and sheep, and the restlessness of the city.

Tim Dawn’s newest single “Walking On A Wire” is about an unrequited unhappy love. The song and especially the video show that sad love still can result into beautiful things.

Listen to “Walking On A Wire” here


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