Owen Danoff is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Washington, D.C. Not too long ago, he released a lovely pop tune, entitled, “Priceless”.
Owen Danoff – “Priceless” single
“We’re sitting in the cheap seats. Taking the train back home from the game. We’re no VIPs. Pockets of change, we don’t need to be famous. We got each other. We don’t need to wonder tonight who will stay by our side? You can’t buy this, our love is priceless.” – lyrics
‘Priceless’ tells an adorable tale of a guy who shares a loving relationship with his significant other. Apparently, money can’t buy their love because it’s priceless.
‘Priceless’ contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses luxurious instrumentation scented with a warm indie-pop aroma.
“I wrote this song on a summer day in Greenwich Village after almost the whole chorus showed up in my head out of nowhere. It’s a love song, but I’ve always thought of it as a love letter to New York too. It makes me nostalgic for brick sidewalks, Central Park, neighborhood ramen restaurants, and that NYC grit. Additional inspiration by my first Yankees game, Union Square, subway trains that ride above ground, Paul Simon, Alessia Cara, and Lorde.” – Owen Danoff
Owen Danoff continues to establish himself as one of this year’s most exciting artists to watch. His music fits somewhere in the same sonic ballpark with songs created by Ed Sheeran, Jason Mraz, and Paul Simon.
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