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Robert Cook Sier releases haunting instrumental "Keep Walking"
(Published: January 31, 2018)

Composer Robert Cook Sier has a cinematic eye and a poet's ear. On his latest single "Keep Walking," Sier blends sweeping orchestral atmospherics with lush, pensive keyboards, carefully weaving a patchwork of electronic, jazz, and chamber pop influences.

The prevailing mood of the track is melancholy but this is a deeper kind of sadness. Without words, what Sier seems to be communicating here is emotional loss, either through death or the ending of a relationship. It could be about homesickness, too. That's what the best instrumental pieces accomplish: open up avenues of interpretation.

Nevertheless, "Keep Walking" isn't depressing; rather, it's reflective. It's a mirror image to a specific point in life, one that is lined with dark clouds. But Sier imbues the cut with a sense of hope as well, seeming to narrate a tale of overcoming pain. It's title - "Keep Walking" - more than hints at that. In life, when the walls collapse, we either allow ourselves to be buried in the rubble or "Keep Walking."

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Sier is proudly eclectic, equally inspired by electronica as he is by jazz, classical, and New Age. He is a musician's musician, a multi-instrumentalist who can generate awe among fellow artists yet remain accessible to the general public, too. "Keep Walking" movingly treks across that path.

More Information: http://robertcooksier.com

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