Patrick Doval reinforces the 20th century ethos of music making. As a singer-songwriter and rock artist, the Florida based artist keeps it real and raw, bending into the exciting zones of the 80s and 90s. There are also unexpected elements of pop and experimentation that pulls the sound together and distinctly identifies it as his. His latest track is ‘Back Home’. It deliberately references the strokes and textures of artists like The Smiths, David Bowie, and Jeff Buckley. There’s so much heart, that he sweeps into transcendental notions of performative rock and theatrical vocals. Listen Now!

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There’s also some Elvis signatures in there, but just barely. Beats swiftly rise like summer heat, melodies stream like rain. They swim in an atmosphere of mild basslines and smooth undercurrents. And Patrick’s vocals disrupt their rhythms with anthemic strides and flashy movements. The result is a blossoming explosion of nostalgia, celebration, and fuming joy.

Patrick Doval debuted in 2008 and has since built a discography of five albums and twenty five music videos. He has had a lot of success with his innovative styles and visual features. And there’s so much more ideas and inspiration that is yet to come.

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Back Home’ by Patrick Doval here –