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PREMIERE: FRANCISCO MARTIN – “BEAUTIFUL RAMBLINGS OF A RESTLESS MIND”

The San Francisco-born singer-songwriter unveils his debut EP, featuring six tracks filled with heartbreak and longing.

Premiere Francisco Martin
Premiere Francisco Martin

We all love a heartbreak-inspired track. Whether we are going through a breakup or just deep in our feels for no apparent reason, sticking on a breakup playlist filled with longing sentiments and gentle tunes is always helpful. Well, here with his debut EP “Beautiful Ramblings of A Restless Mind”, singer-songwriter Francisco Martin is offering heartbreak by the bucketload. Taking us on an introspective journey of loving and loss, his acoustic-infused six-part EP offers emotional tracks including “Let You Go” and “Wild Girl”. Featuring mellow sound and Martin’s assorted vocals, each track is filled with rippling guitars and twinkling piano keys as the singer’s skilfully emotive lyrics take centre stage.

“This EP is about love, loneliness and heartache,” explains Martin when discussing his latest project. “It’s an emotional journey; a conversation. It’s a little bit about falling in love, a little bit about yearning for love; and a little bit about losing one of the first loves of my life.”

While this may be the singer’s debut EP, it isn’t the first time he has tried his hand at music. Having grown up in a musically-inclined household, Martin embarked on a musical education that saw him master the drums, piano and guitar as well as perfect his dreamy vocals and producing skills. Now placing himself amongst his idols, which include the likes of John Mayer and Ed Sheeran, it is clear that Francisco Martin is on a path to dominating the acoustic pop game, and we cannot wait to see what he does next.

Check out the track “Let You Go” from the “Beautiful Ramblings of A Restless Mind” EP below…

PREMIERE: FRANCISCO MARTIN – “BEAUTIFUL RAMBLINGS OF A RESTLESS MIND”

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