Lullaby by Baywud: Review
Find the right way to say goodbye, Baywud harmonizes his wonderful creation called “Lullaby”.
It’s a soft murmur, gentle strokes on the acoustic to depict the bittersweetness between two friends, lovers, siblings, a father and a daughter. It’s a quick shot of an arrow that penetrates the heart of a hero ever so slowly, sparing him a last few words, a final grasp at life to express his emotions. There’s no monotony, only the purity of sadness and a kind of despair that puts you through utter pain. “Lullaby” fills the silence of departure with words of plea and goodbye, and with each passing second, you wish you could speak two more words, yet you don’t want to. The music video, directed by Michael Baywood himslf, is a back and forth between a home video and the singer in black and white visuals. His eyes convey a near hopelessness. Perhaps all that is left now is to wave your dearest one goodbye. But there’s a glimmer of hope that maybe they would let you close your eyes one more time, perhaps to drift away into a deep sleep beside them. Until the end of it, the tune descends along with Baywud’s soft and sweet voice that slowly fades into the dark.
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Review by: Audrey Castel