John Vermont's voice may remind you of Bon Iver, James Blake,
Marving Gaye or even Al Greens, for example.
But it is certainly a recognizable voice and therefore personal.
There are undoubtedly many nuances of nostalgia in his way of dragging the notes, and that often makes it a sensation
which is undoubtedly perceived as visceral.
His productions, lyrics and compositions walk between the electronic,
the analog and mystify him. From a dawntempo, the track beat,
folk or indie, but finally it is his voice that gives coherence to everything,
and curiously enough elegance.
Pairs as usual with pianos, glitchs, counterpoints
and great silences. John is not used to overloading us
usually with his voice and a little more is enough and plenty.