#591 Marshall Lewis – Not a Mechanical Dance of Atoms

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A beautiful voice, introspective lyrics, gorgeous finger-picking, and catchy arrangements, are just a few words I’d use to describe ‘Not A Mechanical Dance of Atoms,’ the first track on Marshall Lewis’ new EP, Learned.

Lewis proves he his multi-talented on the album by playing vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, classical, slide guitar, banjo, keys, and percussions, all incredibly well.

His lyrical ability is unbelievable as well. He has been described as a young person with an old soul, tackling issues that most early 20 year olds don’t even come close to having on their horizon.

‘Not a Mechanical Dance of Atoms’ builds perfectly. It is the ideal song to drive down a scenic, open highway in the dead of summer, with your shades on, windows open, and hand out the window catching the wind.