He keeps proving that he’s the finest at his craft with each new single. When he enters the recording studio, you know you’re getting something special.
Chris Youmans, a sensational American musician, recently released a more introspective new tune titled “Make Things Right.”
In the song, he is honest, and his voice and tone are more engaging and emotional because of it. The words perfectly capture the spirit of the song, and you feel every emotion they describe.
Youmans delves into deep levels of self-reflection and emotional development to present a strong and personally meaningful message over a bed of enticing beats and silky vocals.
Chris once again worked with the outstanding musician and producer Daniel Bayot, and one of Chris’s talents as a lyricist is his ability to create an ideal balance between the recognizable and the creative.
The gay indie pop musician analyzed the complex emotions that arise when a relationship ends. You can rely on the song being a reflective one.
His ability to find a middle ground between established musical elements and innovative new ones, as well as his willingness to experiment with fresh musical and lyrical approaches, define him as an artist.
Chris’s goal in writing this song was to provide listeners with an insight into his redemptive process of introspection, forgiveness, and the search for true atonement.