Sometimes By JD Clayton Review
I have never done a song review so bear with me on this one
Sometimes is the debut single of local Fort Smith singer and songwriter JD Clayton that may surprise you by the sound.
I have sadly never heard Clayton live but had heard bits and parts of his acoustic covers a long time ago. That is what I was expecting but was pleasantly surprised by the chill sounds of a bass, slow electric guitar, and maracas, I think. I do not have a single musical bone in my body so my apologies if I miss interpreting some of the instruments. But it is an excellent sound for slowing down at the end of the day or a sunny Saturday drive.
The song sets a nice chill vibe that goes well with his voice as he sings about moving on and the varieties that life will lead you. He sings to a girl that seems to be in a valley of life and encourages her to keep moving on. However, I enjoy that in the chorus while he sings about being strong while moving on he follows it up with "Sometimes you're going to be wrong." This one line is my favorite line in the whole song as while the song encourages the listener, it also points out that they will be wrong, but you got to keep moving on.
In the end, if you have an extra dollar, or wondering who to listen to on Spotify now, you should give this song a go. I look forward to when this single is on his first album.
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