Felix Cleeve

Psychedelic sensuality is ever present in the work of Felix Cleeve. He takes inspiration from stories of soldiers in the First World War who suffered the effects of Mustard Gas for his track entitled Close Your Eyes. This results in a trip back in time musically and lyrically, with a modern feel.

The second song, Happiness, was written and produced whilst in lockdown at home.  Using Alfred Hitchcock’s definition of Happiness as a starting point, the song reflects Felix’s own thoughts on the subject in light of the times in which we are living. Felix has been offered a place a BIM in Brighton to study Music Production in the next academic year.

Close Your Eyes

Happiness

2 Responses to "Felix Cleeve"

  1. Close Your Eyes – a great melody throughout and it’s good to hear your voice at a decent level in this song.
    Happiness – really interesting intro with the Hitchcock recording. Something a bit different, I thought this worked really well.
    String Enough (LIVE) – wow, Felix, your mic technique on this one is really good, well done. A fab tune as well and really catchy.

    Well done Felix, great songs and performances, I wish you all the very best with your future and hope to hear how you’re getting on!

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