Louis Centioni Releases New Single ‘Here I Go Again’

Louis Centioni has today released his latest single, ‘Here I Go Again’. The RnB infused track draws on influences from the likes of John Legend, and Alicia Keys.

Multi-instrumentalist Centioni, from London, got involved in music from a very early age, and ‘Here I Go Again’ serves as a showcase of his extensive knowledge of composition and arrangement. As well as the captivating vocals, which range from his strong lead voice to the occasional synthesised vocal, there’s a great drum foundation, upon which he’s built further vocals and synth textures, as well as string vibes.

Centioni takes a different look at love and relationships, and rather than adhering to the usual path of singing about love, both lost and regained, he instead sings about the somewhat more negative aspects, particularly in this case of being trapped in a never-ending cycle of seeking a love which will never be requited.

Louis’ unmistakable talent has seen him go from the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, to BRIT School, to performing at well known venues such as the legendary Ronnie Scott’s. It’s these experiences which make Louis Centioni stand out among London’s ever-expanding RnB community, and edges him out the front, having that little something extra.

‘Here I Go Again’ is out today on all digital platforms. You can find Louis Centioni online on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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