London artist Barnaby Keen has released his latest single, ‘Trust Me’.
A warming blend of psychedelia and soft folk, ‘Trust Me’ is filled with breezy instrumentals and rich vocal tones – an easy-listening slice of dreaminess, with a simple, yet beautiful arrangement.
Discussing the track, Keen says it began as a melody his partner would hum whilst he lived in Eastern Europe, saying “years later I was living in a [London] church with an old Hammond organ in it, and that melody came back to me. I took part of it and then wrote the song remembering her and our time together.”
Released via Peckham’s Plum Cuts label, ‘Trust Me’ has been released alongside a gorgeous music video, which perfectly encapsulates the feel of the song.
‘Trust Me’ is Keen’s second release of the year, after debuting ‘Lay Our Cards’ back in March.
Watch the video for ‘Trust Me’ here: