Music Review- Tyler Ward: What’s It Like To Be Lonely

Tyler Ward has brought us some acoustic covers of songs like Can You Feel The Love Tonight and Piece By Piece, as well as original songs like The Hardest Thing and If It’s Not Me. Today, I am bringing you a music review of his newest original piece What’s It Like To Be Lonely. He takes a break from acoustic guitar and gives us a pop song that is reminiscent of Coldplay. This song will spotlight some incredible talent that Ward brings us.

This new song is a little different from his usual stuff. While he usually relies on an acoustic guitar and acoustic piano, he gives a more pop music sound, but fortunately, not the cheesy 90s kind. The song speaks about finding love for the summer and what it looks like. It might be a cliche, but it is a good one. The music video footage was filmed in 2015 when he was on his Yellow Boxes tour. While the song is not inspiring as some of his earlier works, it is still a good song to add to your iPod.

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