Gerry Farrow is a singer-songwriter with a real passion for music. His style forms around the 80s jingle pop rock ethosPop and conversational lyrics, and feel-good rhythms. Touched by folk rock instrumentals and acoustic rock structures, they gain a further informality that you can’t help but relate to. His band’s latest release is ‘Drink (To The Music in my Head)’, a track that pays ode to the culture of growing old. Colored by nostalgia for youth, old friends that you don’t get to see, and all the good times. But he urges the listener to drink on to life and celebrate it no matter how hard it seems because that’s what you do, it’s how you get through it.

The track flows with bright and luminous guitar instrumentals. Jingle riffs and warm baritones form the moving point of it. It’s the kind of music that brings you closer to people, happiness, contemplation, simplicity, and life’s many wisdoms. There’s a sense of university that instantly connects his listeners to his message and his music.

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

You can listen to ‘Drink (To the Music in my Head)’ by The Gerry Farrow Band here –