Micky Diana – No Bells This Christmas

Such our instinctive aversion to Christmas songs it is almost a result to get our ears to just listen to such propositions. Occasionally something does slip through which catches the imagination, clicks with personal thoughts, and grabs increasingly eager ears. The new single from British singer songwriter Micky Diana is one of those rare persuasions; a song we can easily recommend you check out.

No Bells This Christmas comes off the successful back of Diana’s previous single Run With Me and it was through its highly enjoyable presence that he caught us in a moment of ‘weakness’ with the new track and thankfully he did. No Bells This Christmas is a melancholic reflection of the lack of sheen the holiday season has for a great many for whatever reasons. For the lonely, the love lost, and the desperate; all those going through the motions at a time of supposed love and joy just wishing it swiftly away, the song is an anthem which resonates but equally with Diana’s natural wit and skill with words brings a wry smile to the lips and imagination.

As shown by his previous track, the Londoner’s voice and delivery is organic captivation, a distinct invitation into his lyrical craft and both in full magnetism within No Bells For Christmas. The gait of his delivery is sharp and mischievous, a trait which also lines the song and blossoms in the accompanying video to the single.

Catchy from its first breath and increasingly so thereon in No Bells This Christmas is a song easy to remember and even simpler to enjoy. Maybe Christmas songs are not that bad after all…well until the next one tries to convince anyway.

No Bells This Christmas is out now.

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Pete RingMaster 02/12/2017

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