Gavan Waldby’s new version of “Thanks For That” (Instrumental)

The soft-voiced Australian folk artist Gavan Waldby is back to caress our ears with a new song. This time it’s not a new-new song, but an instrumental version of a previously released song, providing space for all that cannot be expressed with words.

Not long ago, Gavan Waldby came out with a very personal song titled “Thanks For That“, which was dedicated to the four special women in his life that have always been around having his back. The artist had divided the song into four sections with each highlighting one specific person. In that order, the single has boundless love and tenderness for his wife and the admiring and sunny part for his daughter, followed by the positive and playful nature of his sister, and finally ending with a sorrowful sweet epilogue for his late mother. This endlessly loveful folk tune became the most intimate and grateful thank-you song one could think of.

Now, the artist has finished a new, instrumental version of the song. Omitting vocals and replacing them with the speechy brass line, the wordless “Thanks For That” spreads gentleness, unlimited love and appreciation through the vibrant melodies, key shifts marking transitions between sections. As deeply personal as the song is at its core, the warmth and love radiating from it will touch everyone in need of a little love, and pushes the listeners to show more appreciation for the people around them, without whom they’d be lost.

The instrumental version of

“Thanks For That”

is out ¡LISTEN NOW!

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