…feeling quite strange, JONATHAN LEVY – Lover Boy
by Walter Price
Regardless of what stage of a relationship you’re in or have experienced, the ever-changing tides can and will be indelible. And burgeoning Tel-Aviv-based singer/songwriter Jonathan Levy has released a fresh new single, “Lover Boy”, that travels the adventure of connectivity and all the trials and tribulations along the way.
As Levy is quoted, “The song describes the complexity of the endless changes in a relationship, both mentally and physically, while the bottom line is that no matter what, love wins all.”
Oh I wish my friend would know I’m feeling quite strange
None of us don’t fit no more, our hair is getting different
As life flows downstream the greater is devotion, but sometimes we can not see through the other in this ocean
Our bodies changed yet love remained the one that ties it all
Tables turned, lessons learned, seasons passed my way
Times have changed yet I remained your lover boy that’s all
“Lover Boy” is delivered in a sincere soft tone with the songwriter’s voice poignantly cracking under the high notes that, for me, reflect the realities of lived experiences. And if you’re a fan of James Taylor, Carole King, and/or the heyday of soft rock, then add this to your favorite love-remained playlist.
And you can now stream this new single as well as watch the film, directed by Ben Slama, now at the GTC.
Artist photo by Erez Shany
Vocals, Guitars: Jonathan Levy
String Arrangement: Shalev Grados
Piano: Lyri Achai
Mix and Master: IBRH
Cover Design: Yarden Shemesh
Film directed By Ben Slama
“As an evolving artist, I try to pay tribute to genres that surround me, and usually, it speaks through my music. Lover Boy’s style was mainly influenced by the 60’s & 70’s Acoustic Ballads I grew on, which kept the song acoustic and intimate.” – J. Levy
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