‘Bread Alone‘, the debut track from Berkshire artist LORNE is a force to be reckoned with. Incredibly modest, the track is eloquently organic; the kind of track that saw Tom Odell draw a Critic’s choice award at the Brits. Far be it from the usual, LORNE has wavered from the crowd and released a debut that shows a tender, emotional side to his music.
Devoid of manufactured hooks and percussion, ‘Bread Alone‘ is an almost signature opus for the new artist, showing the depth of his voice and sincerity whilst building him some revere in his early stages. Haunting and personal, the track discusses the thought that ‘man cannot live on bread alone’; a biblical phrase that still holds so much poignancy in today’s world.