Chris Ostler shines a light on the powerful cosmic forces of romance in his new single and video The Sun & The Moon — showcasing today on Tinnitist.
The English singer-songwriter’s second release of the summer is a dynamic and charged hybrid that entwines his transatlantic country-rock with the power-ballad style of the ’90s. The song’s yearning melody is amplified by Chris’s vocal strength and passion, and the storytelling electric guitar riff make it addictive to the listener.
The lyrics of The Sun & The Moon reflect the struggle of the distance between two souls forever chasing and spinning around each other — and captures their euphoria when they can finally be together. “I wanted share with the listeners, and also help them relive the immensity and power of love,” Ostler says. “That feeling of wanting to be with the person you believe is the soulmate of your life and then burning light and energy of the cosmos that touches your heart when you finally get to meet.”
Hailing from Exeter, Ostler has played throughout England. He draws in crowds with his charismatic presence and lively performances, which have earned him the privilege of opening for international artists such as Joan Armatrading, Chris Barron (Spin Doctors) and Martin Barre (Jethro Tull), along with slots at Oceanfest, Glastonbudget, Lakefest, Snooky Fest and Abbfest. The Sun & The Moon follows his recent single Funk In The Trunk, while an EP is due soon.