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Indie Singer/Songwriter Craymo Releases Retro Rock Love Song That Gets The Party Started!

06-12-2014 | Music Releases
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Orlando, Florida indie singer/songwriter Craymo releases a retro rock love song, Love You More, that gets the party started!

"Catchy retro hand-clapper thatís more sophisticated and moody than itís happy vibes let on" Devon Jackson Music Journalist

"Fresh sound in an over-crowded pop world" 360 Magazine

The feel good song of the year! One of those songs that instantly transports you to another world for three minutes of dancing, singing along and having fun!

Inspired by the sounds of early Beatles, Everly Brothers, Elvis Presley and The Romantics, itís a retro rock song of love, co-written by Craymo, for his partner of 20 years. He says: "I wrote it about that feeling inside that over-takes you and makes you realize how much love you have for another person and how beautiful that person makes you feel."

The Mersey beat meets TRex vibe instantly lures you into tapping your feet!

Love You More was a finalist for Best Rock Song in the 2014 Indie Music Channel Awards and the instrumental version was recently licensed on Tony Hawkís Ride Channel on YouTube.

Love You More is co-written and co-produced by Craymo and Chris Capozza for Moho Productions, LLC. The song was recently released and distributed globally on iTunes, Amazon Music, eMusic, Spotify and other download sites on indie label One Love One World Records.

Craymo also co-wrote the opening title theme song for the family film Lucky Dog release date 2014!

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