Ervin Munir Takes A Look At His Life In Felixstowe

The singer-songwriter ups the volume and the ante on his new breakup single.

Ervin Munir takes a grim journey to Felixstowe in his poignant new folk-rock single — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

This deeply moving breakup song tells a heart-breaking story and boats an atmospheric sound, enhanced by a robust rhythmic backdrop. Felixstowe was initially conceived from an original chord progression, but ended up inspired by the timeless chords of Neil Young’s classic Old Man. Ervin then developed it further, creating a unique offering of relatable lyrics and intricate musicality.

“The song emerged from a very personal place,” Munir says. “It captures the raw emotion and vulnerability that comes with the end of a relationship. The inspiration from Old Man by Neil Young helped plant the seed and it allowed me to build something that feels both familiar and new.”

This new release follows in the footsteps of Broken Compass and Munir’s most recent single Chase The Moon, which solidified his name within the folk community. Munir is puting the finishing touches on his next album. which is likely to arrive later this year. With Felixstowe leading the charge, this delivery promises to elevate his standing in the music world, mirroring his growth and continued evolution as an artist.

Listen to Felixstowe above, check out Broken Compass below, and find Ervin Munir on his website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.