Oscar Browne, a familiar face for fans of Mellah, Broadside Hacks, Wunderhorse, or Dead Pretties (to name a few), takes center stage with his debut release, ‘Never Quite Right.’ Known for his ghostly falsetto, powerful bass lines, and melodic folk riffs, Browne’s solo identity shines through in this captivating track. Exploring the theme of unfulfilled expectations and the world’s sudden halt, Browne weaves together his career and influences, creating something both old and new. The chorus’ bass line harkens back to the playful fusion of British folk and electronic sounds reminiscent of John Martyn in the 80s, with hints of funk. Sarah Downie’s flute and Gamaliel Traynor’s cello add depth and ambience, forming a symbiotic relationship within the rich tapestry of sound. Oscar’s craftsmanship will provide us with emotive and engaging performance which we can’t wait to witness.