“Sleepless in Seattle” by Noah Gundersen

Uber-talented indie singer/songwriter Noah Gundersen comes to Wolf in a Suit once more and he does with the powerful track that is “Sleepless in Seattle”. With such a strong title, he offers an equally strong track that while soothing in its melodic nature, offers a mature and raw showcase of lyricism. The verses flow one after the other giving life to the story that lies hidden within this soundscape, making up something so personal yet so strangely relatable.

The melodies and lyrics become one and the track instantly understands to caress our senses and pull us gently. We fall prey to the honest and in-your-face reality of the visuals and the sounds and instantly we realize that this is a must for any music lover. Enjoy!

Location: USA

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“I moved to Seattle in 2009. I lived out of my sleeping bag in garages, under tables, on couches, until finally moving into a place in the Queen Anne neighborhood with some friends. There was a feeling that anything was possible. Over time, like all things, the city changed. The few bands that ‘made it’ moved away, while the less fortunate gracefully bowed out when the insurmountable odds finally stacked too high.

Tech companies moved in and priced out the artists. The culture of the place I fell in love with slowly disappeared. When Covid hit in early 2020, all the bars closed and I finally realized my time there was over. So I packed up and left. And yet, like Lot’s wife, I can’t help looking back, the voice in my head taunting me with Springsteen’s ‘Glory Days.’ I loved Seattle. I miss it. Or I guess I miss the memory of it.”

Noah Gundersen

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