#NewMusic Check Out the powerful story-telling in “Bloodline” by Sam Tompkins

The Brighton-raised vocalist, Sam Tompkins, who is also Justin Bieber’s “favorite new artist”, delivers a heart-warming performance in this story-telling indie R&B masterpiece. The slow and steady chord progression gives a nice build-up to beautiful vocals and harmonic rhythm. Sam’s voice sounds like pure heaven, which is a trip you’ll surely be made by the end of his song. The guitar riffs bounce off of his melodic voice as the drum breaks. 

It’s so beautifully produced that every word and melody flows effortlessly. This song sounds like the tale of collateral beauty – the experience of losing a loved one but finding so much beauty in the experience of remembering their presence. As the song builds up, you’ll soon realize that Sam is telling a story about losing someone who has left a legacy – through their own bloodline.  Sam says “Bloodline is a reminder that no matter how far our loved ones go, they are always still with us wherever we go.” This is a divine message of love, loss, and reconnection through spirit. Bloodline is a story of letting go and understanding that true love continues to live on – even if it’s just through your bloodline. 

After spending quality time listening, you’ll find yourself holding back tears – overwhelmed with every emotion by the tone and the delivery of heartfelt lyrics from Sam’s voice. 

Listen to Sam Tompkins on Spotify here.

Published by modern soulful words

Reverend Dr. Dortheá Enriqúe (Goddess Dorthea Music) is the C.E.O. of Modern Soulful Living, LLC., holistic therapy practice and spiritual service-based business that uses art, music, and literature to focus on mind, body, and spiritual wellness to live a joyous and prosperous life. She is an accomplished spiritual counselor, holistic therapist, published author, healing arts practitioner, and soul-healing music therapist.

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