Dan Bremnes ‘Wherever I Go’ Album Review
4.0 Overall Score

Label:

(Word Entertainment/Curb Records)

For Fans Of:

Lincoln Brewster, Jonny Diaz

We Like:

“Going Together”

Dan Bremnes ‘Wherever I Go’ Album Review

Dan Bremnes
Wherever I Go
(Word Entertainment/Curb Records)

Dan Bremnes is based in Nashville, but his sound is not. On his new EP, Wherever I Go, the Canadian-born artist explores themes of faith and the unknown atop plenty of propulsive new melodies on this seven-song release. The title track was inspired by an eight-day adventure through seven countries. The result is a celebratory opener with a bouncing synth chorus that breaks through acoustic verses as Bremnes sings the realization that God is with him, no matter where he goes.

The rest of Wherever I Go is an upbeat acoustic journey with just a hint of island flavor. “Up Again” includes a full horn section, and the entire project utilizes global percussion instruments. Other tracks include “Going Together,” a romantic celebration of long-term marriage and the beauty of embracing new adventures as a couple, and “Speak to Me,” which addresses the inner desperation of the disconsolate believer seeking solace in God’s voice.

Overall, Wherever I Go provides catchy, upbeat pop with a unique backstory that helps Bremnes stand out as an artist.

–Layla Velasquez

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About The Author

Layla Velasquez

Layla Velasquez is a freelance writer that has been published in a number of local and national publications. She cut her teeth in music after serving as a missionary for arts ministry that traveled the independent worship circuit. She is currently working on a novel about the Christian subculture based on her experience.

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