“I Don’t Know About You” – Kiernan McMullan

Kiernan McMullan’s single “I Don’t Know About You” is a moving acoustic folk song that showcases the singer’s emotive voice and captivating storytelling. Spacious instrumentation and beautiful harmonies give this song a calming effect as it delivers longing lyrics that will resonate to your core.

With soulful acoustic guitar strums and a light, echoing rhythm, “I Don’t Know About You” begins with an unassuming, mellow feel as it leads into the verse. McMullan’s voice is emphatic and striking as he begins singing with a confident tone that trails off thoughtfully as if he is lost in thinking about the past. Light harmonies come in at the pre-chorus adding a wistful duality to the narrative as the chorus begins “I don’t know about you but I’m tired of pretending I don’t want to spend the rest of my life by your side”.

“I Don’t Know About You” is the second single from McMullan’s upcoming album Apartment 13 and will definitely have your curiosity piqued for what this incredible musician has in store. With thoughtful narrative lyrics, subtle yet poignant instrumentation, and a voice that can calm even the wildest of winds, it’s not far-fetched to say that McMullan’s “I Don’t Know About You” is a track that you’ll want to listen to for the rest of your life.

Written by Katrina Charles

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