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Simon Bish: Butterfly Girl [Track Review]


The butterfly is always the easiest and most admired insect to ingest the world of indie rock/pop/whatever with great reason. A butterfly begins its stages as just another creepy, crawly tree dweller before it bursts into the world as a multi-colored miracle floating amidst the very trees it once depended upon to slowly push its existence around. Cue the beautiful girl that strikes her heart and makes an obvious comparison, and you have British songwriter Simon Bish and his wonderfully derived song “Butterfly Girl”. Bish’s tremendously soft and sweet pop melody is at its most tender moments when the violins join the chorus from the fires of simplistic hell and whirl the Brit pop goodness faster than the wings of a, well….butterfly!

“Butterfly Girl” is now available on Simon Bish’s latest EP, the aptly titled Butterfly Girl EP. You will also find this track on his debut solo album You Get To Live A Few Good Days, coming soon from his label Pop Noise Records.

Download: “Butterfly” by Simon Bish
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