Samuel Howard

St Austell
Alt Pop, Alt Rock, Alternative

Serial songwriter, loving and devoted guitarist, mentally broken megalomaniac. Schizophrenic in genre Samuel Howard creates moods in the full spectrum of colour and emotion. You will remember the song and a deeper meaning within is always to be found.

Serial songwriter, loving and devoted guitarist, mentally broken megalomaniac. Schizophrenic in genre Samuel Howard creates moods in the full spectrum of colour and emotion. Not committing to any one style, more dedicated to translating the meanings and messages within his songs and setting their environments with the choice of instrumentation. Samuel has been deciphering his emotions and experiences in songwriting since his college days. From fronting high energy rock bands, dark and heavy grunge arrangements or thought provoking unplugged candlelit confessions, this you can guarantee. You will remember the song and a deeper meaning within is always to be found.

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Jessy Morgan reviewed Samuel Howard 2 months ago

The first thing to note about ‘The Next Thousand Years’ is it’s soundscape of aura. It begins with beautiful piano and a voice that instantly brings goose bumps to your skin. It’s captivating, provoking emotion that not only brings a sense of of connectivity, but an outer body experience. With the first track already gripping listeners by the heart, it’s title track continues it’s soundtrack-esque style of writing featuring a heavy bass drum. It’s weighted and deep, like trying to swim while your muscles feel heavy and stiff.
What Samuel Howard has created along with his guests on this EP is not only music, but tracks that really bring to life it’s feelings – both emotionally and physical. I get a sense of relief only with the female vocals on it’s title track, but with palpitations in line with the drum beat. It’s quite the experience so far, and while usually this genre, (or should I say style of music since there isn’t one specific genre) isn’t my cup of tea, ‘The Next Thousand Years’ isn’t something that’s easy to put down and come back to. It feels like storytelling and it would be rude to walk away in the middle of it.

Samuel Howard’s ‘The Next Thousand Years’ is wonderfully written and put together and I urge anyone curious to press play and listen to with all your senses and allow it to take you on it’s journey.


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