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04-Feb-2017 23:30

“Before I went to Glasgow, I thought I was going to end up with all these rainy songs that would sort of reflect my idea of what Scotland was like, as someone who comes from Southern California,” says Costa, who grew up in Huntington Beach.

Another deceptively breezy number, “Loving You” finds Costa channeling T.But once he plunged into the songwriting process something much more grandiose and sonically adventurous began to emerge.Soon Costa found himself in the midst of a highly unanticipated yet deeply expansive evolution of artistry as a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.Rex’s glammy romanticism and freewheeling pop spirit as he reminisces about the carefree early days of a longtime love.On “Shotgun,” meanwhile, he brightens up a melancholy meditation on his fascination with tragic figures (“All the winners I know were just born to lose”) by weaving in shimmering guitars, falsetto harmonies, and a pounding, handclap-backed beat.

Another deceptively breezy number, “Loving You” finds Costa channeling T.But once he plunged into the songwriting process something much more grandiose and sonically adventurous began to emerge.Soon Costa found himself in the midst of a highly unanticipated yet deeply expansive evolution of artistry as a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.Rex’s glammy romanticism and freewheeling pop spirit as he reminisces about the carefree early days of a longtime love.On “Shotgun,” meanwhile, he brightens up a melancholy meditation on his fascination with tragic figures (“All the winners I know were just born to lose”) by weaving in shimmering guitars, falsetto harmonies, and a pounding, handclap-backed beat.“I was thinking about the Basement Tapes [a collection of tracks that Bob Dylan recorded with The Band in 1967] and how I always loved the way those songs made me feel, and also how they were all recorded so simply,” he says.