Californian singer-songwriter Chris Lambert is gearing up to release his brand new record, The Constant Education of Christopher Lambert on May 9. The indie folk album is the eleventh full-length release by Lambert, and features “Right”, a charming and well-crafted track that is both introspective and relatable.
Says Lambert, “I spent a couple of years doing a deep dive into my past, figuring out a bunch of things that had been left unresolved or unspoken for too long. Once I got that stuff out on the last album, I felt like I could finally start focusing on day to day things. I realized that it’s harder than it seems, to not dwell on the past or worry about the future.”
“Right” shows the maturity that Lambert has reached, not only as an artist, but also as a human. The acoustic track pairs insightful lyricism with a gentle yet purposeful melody. While the track involves self-conversation, many listeners can put themselves in Christopher’s shoes. It’s different yet familiar, and a refreshingly authentic track.
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