Coyle Girelli’s debut solo album “Love Kills” is out!
If you enjoy the throwbacks to a romanticized era the likes of Roy Orbinson and Elvis Presley, you will love what Coyle has done here on his first solo release. A beautiful, timeless collection that breaks your heart and heals it all at the same time. Such a powerful, vulnerable piece. It truly showcases the Girelli’s gift — his ability to put down lyrics and melody that speak to a deeper part, the rawness of love at it’s best, worse, and everything in between. The 11 track album was released on Honey Lemon Records.
Listen to Coyle chatting with Ken Grand-Pierre on The 405 Exchange about the inspiration behind and making of “Love Kills” here :
You can pick up the debut album “Love Kills” on Itunes now!
#Rockpicks May 2018
New solo release from Coyle Girelli, previously of ‘Your Vegas’, and frontman for ‘The Chevin’. * (check these bold and powerful albums out too – “A Town and Two Cities” , Your Vegas , and “Borderland” , The Chevin )*
This is the first single from his debut solo album, “Love Kills” to be released this summer on Honey Lemon records. Girelli spent time in songwriting sessions with music legend Mac Davis, which he states were pivotal in the evolution of the songs in the new album. Stating huge influences from the likes of Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash, Girelli emotes his own unique moody, romantic spirit to his music, which he labels as “Modern Noir”.
This velvety smooth crooner does what he does best —creating an intriguing, vintage sounding ballad across a lush guitar soundscape.
“Where’s My Girl ?
J’ adore !
Looking forward to more gems like this on the album.