Allen Stone, Swatkins and Soulive's Eric Krasno deliver a winner

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    (March 16, 2022) There is beauty, creativity and vitality in diversity. There is also a chance to learn something about the world and yourself by mixing it up with someone who brings different experiences and  a world view into the conversation. That is something that is lost today, and it is the attitude that propels “More To Learn,” the latest bass driven, analog gem from Swatkins.

    Swatkins is known for bringing in singers with a distinct and powerful sound. He did that with his last single, “Lost And Alive,” and he successfully uses that formula on “More To Learn,” a tune that features the vocals of SoulTracks favorite Allen Stone. With a smooth, mid-tempo bass line, church inspired electric organ, bluesy guitar riffs and tight backing vocals, “More To Learn” has the sound and feel of 1970s era music that’s accessible to pop and R&B fans.

    (March 16, 2022) There is beauty, creativity and vitality in diversity. There is also a chance to learn something about the world and yourself by mixing it up with someone who brings different experiences and  a world view into the conversation. That is something that is lost today, and it is the attitude that propels “More To Learn,” the latest bass driven, analog gem from Swatkins.

    Swatkins is known for bringing in singers with a distinct and powerful sound. He did that with his last single, “Lost And Alive,” and he successfully uses that formula on “More To Learn,” a tune that features the vocals of SoulTracks favorite Allen Stone. With a smooth, mid-tempo bass line, church inspired electric organ, bluesy guitar riffs and tight backing vocals, “More To Learn” has the sound and feel of 1970s era music that’s accessible to pop and R&B fans.

    The song’s message of how understanding and being humble enough to listen to those different from us can bring richness to our lives is one that is sorely needed today. The song’s attitude is captured perfectly in the hook, We’re sunshine and snowstorm/We’re clear lines and free form/I’m fast paced/You’re slow burn/I’m glad that we’re different now we have more to learn.

    Check out “More To Learn” here.

    By Howard Dukes

    Allen Stone + Swatkins, ft. Eric Krasno
    "More To Learn"

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