London born singer-songwriter Lou Courts has released his soulful song ‘Try (To Move On)’. It’s a very poignant song where Lou’s warm voice glides over sophisticated arrangements, sentimental lyrics and a smooth, jazzy feel.
Lou Courts is currently studying at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and is comparable to artists like Daniel Caesar and Bruno Major with his Jazz and RnB influenced style of music.
‘Try (To Move On)’ is his second single and is about the end of a relationship. The song incorporates various genres with modern production techniques accompanying Jazz harmony and classic melodies. Lou describes the meaning behind the song,
“It talks about the pain of biting the bullet and moving on after analysing where everything went wrong. It starts out with the bitterness that usually accompanies a tumultuous ending, but the song is about acceptance and doing the healthy thing in moving on when you know it’s over.”