Craymo - 'Love You More
Review Written by Victoria Scott & Staff
Craymo is an award winning singer/songwriter currently from Orlando, Florida. He was a Finalist Best US Male Songwriter of the Year in the 2020 International Singer Songwriter Association Awards (ISSA). His song "Give Me Your Love" won Best Dance Recording in the 2020 Indie Music Channel Awards. Craymo's song "December Rain" won Best Rock Song in the 2019 Clouzine International Music Awards. His songs have been featured in indie films and TV shows.
Sweeping the nation is Craymo with his upbeat love ballad "Love You More" from his album "Love Power." A smashing drum cymbal introduces the swinging guitar and spirited vocals. "Love You More" is a retro 1960s surf tune with a fast-moving beat, funky distorted guitar, and a steady bassline that drives the groove. Craymo and songwriter/ producer Chris Capozza take you back through time with their 1960's Beach Boys groove and Beetle style vocal arrangement. The song is a toe-tapping fun-loving good time.
Craymo performance is a high energy, and the message is adoring and affectionate. The inspiration for “Love You More” came from a growing "love battle" with his mom when they would debate who loved each other more. Craymo took this theme and wrote an anniversary song for his life partner. Craymo has created a retro pop gem in “Love You More” with a chorus that is as catchy as it gets, and lyrics that are as sweet as can be.
“But I love you more, Love you more, more, more, more. I love you more. You're weighin' out your thoughts, like the Libra you are. I know your eyes are blue. I can tell from afar but, I wouldn't change a thing about you. No, I wouldn't change a thing about you.”
Craymo's artistry in "Love You More" captures the power of love with a nostalgic flare. In “Love You More”, Craymo's smooth pop-perfect vocals and the energetic arrangement is hopping and popping. Craymo's style gets you in the mood to have a rockin’ good time while you celebrate love.
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