Posted January 8, 2020 by Mike Mineo in Singer/Songwriter

Todd Warner Moore – “Path Overgrown”

Already following up last April’s full-length Love and Change, Todd Warner Moore is back with another enjoyable full-length in Path Overgrown. The Kansas City-born singer/songwriter, now based in Hong Kong, continues to channel an enjoyable folk sound with a frolicking, mystical quality — noting an emphasis on “zen wisdom,” and “mindfulness-in-action.” The album’s opening, self-titled track achieves success with a lovely male-female vocal duet, alongside shimmering acoustical strumming and spurts of distant electric guitar. The “to return again,” refrain plays with convincing charm. Listeners can expect similar singer/songwriter exuberance with shining production throughout Path Overgrown.

Stream Path Overgrown in full below:

“Path Overgrown” and other memorable tracks from November can also be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of November 2019’ Spotify playlist.

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