As of right now, ‘Invocation’ is finally released!
Also: if you download the track from Bandcamp during the FIRST WEEK of release, you will receive: my entire first album (worth £5) as a ‘Thankyou’ bonus. ABSOLUTELY FREE. 😉
(Important note: this is only if you get it from: Bandcamp and only if you get it in the first week. OK?)
So, why is it *really* important that you buy this piece of music?
That is a good question, with a few answers. The first, easiest, and best is: ‘Invocation’ is a stunningly beautiful piece of music. I truly love it, and I want to share it with you.
In a larger sense, the reason that I can create things like ‘Invocation’, and put them out into the world is purely because of the direct support of people like you. I am a fully independent artist, there is no middleman here. What that means is: each and every purchase goes directly to me and is funnelled into: making new things to share with you. Each download, each ‘share’, and each review, is like a digital vote for: ‘more of that please’.
And I am proudly asking for your vote. 😉
Please get the track, you will be glad you did – it is a beautiful gift that keeps on giving. And when you’ve heard it in all its glory, feel free to hit me up in the comments and let me know what you thought of it.
And last (but by no means least) I just want to say: Thankyou from the bottom of my heart for your ongoing connection and support. You are literally the reason that I can do what I do and I am profoundly grateful for you.
Be well always, and I’ll see you soon.
My name is James Radcliffe and I am a 100% audience supported independent artist. If you like what I do (and can afford it) then please consider buying some of my music. Each purchase really makes a big difference to me and 10% of every sale goes to a charity which: houses, feeds, clothes, and educates orphaned children in Nepal.
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