Bolstered by a luminous tone and vibe, “Yesterday’s Shoes” is a track whose dazzling production and accompanying vocals display the dexterity of songwriter/producer and multi instrumentalist Nikolai Jones who has adopted the moniker of Wuzy Bambussy.
“Yesterday’s Shoes” serves as the 6th single release in a series of ten singles planned monthly by the UK-based Wuzy.
The musical appeal of the song is driven by big grand piano riffs and surging guitar lead rhythms mixed with electro pop percussion and synth bass components. The brilliant mesh of styles creates quite a unique soundscape and projects a mystique of what I would categorize as an awesome peppy pop style track; jazzy in a sense.
The instrumentation goes through several different twists and turns and makes for an extremely interesting composition and arrangement featuring the bright, enthusiastic vocals of fellow UK talent, Kat Harrison.
“Yesterday’s Shoes” is available on all streaming platforms and you can jam to it via the Spotify link below. Stream it on repeat! Playlist it! Save it to your Favorites Library for quick access and be sure to follow Wuzy’s profile which also includes his latest track “Just Shy of Why”. Check it out as well!
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More About Wuzy Bambussy
Wuzy Bambussy is the alter ego of producer, songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Nikolai Jones. Based in the beating heart of Englands’ West Country, Jones and his rag tag host of accomplices fire up an eclectic, beatific soundtrack of funk, indie & electronica.
As of March 2023 Bambussy will be releasing a single a month for 10 consecutive months, the culmination of sessions with Bristolian chanteuse Kat Harrison. The body of work is winning them a growing army of fans across their native U.K. & beyond.
New single Just Shy of Why (11th October 2023) is a bombastic road movie of a break up song, pumping bass to bob any truckers’ mullet, choppy riffs and a big swaggering brass section all topped off with Kats’ sultry yet wistful vocals. It’s another killer addition to the ever expanding Bambussy repertoire.