Music

Al Third bares his soul

BY KEVIN JACKSON
Observer writer

Sunday, October 13, 2019

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Lone Face is the latest song from Al Third. He describes it as “a love song with a deep message that anyone can relate to”.

“The song was inspired by simple love and affection shared between couples. Just the fact that you can think about someone or having someone think about you is a lot to be grateful for in these times when love is hard to find,” Al Third told the Jamaica Observer.

Lone Face was recorded at Real Feel Studios in Orlando, Florida.

“While writing the song, it took some time to come together. I had some ideas going back and forth in my head before finalising the lyrics,” Al Third shared.

It has an accompanying video directed by John Engstorm and edited by Joseph Sciacchetano.

Along with Miguel Walters and Adrian Campbell, Al Third whose given name is Alpheus Johnson, formed the group One Third. The trio won televised talent contest Digicel Rising Stars in 2006.

This is not the first time Al Third has embarked on a solo project. His other songs include I Fret and For Tonight.


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