Lou Terry

Photo courtesy of Lou Terry’s Facebook

Experimental folk artist Lou Terry delivers to us a melodic tale of a gruesome event that occured not too long ago. 

Lou’s longing track “Colours” is yet another late night jam of existential angst and worry. A delectable picture of lost love and the emergence of the wild beast within. 

As the wailing vocals of Lou light up a dimly lit sky, the song slides into a manic sandstorm of the bellowing Cello of Malachi Siner-Cheverst, and the poignant, yet driving drums of the old trustworthy, Jonny Poole. 

It’s so very easy to forget that we’re all but wild beasts in the end. 

Keep up with Lou on Facebook, and take a listen to his new album on Spotify all you sinners.

“We are like butterflies who flutter for a day and think it is forever.” — Sagan


Published by

Charles Johnson

Independent journalist from Far West Texas.