Samm Henshaw is churning out more new music. The British novice has released a new record titled “Only One to Blame,” and it finds him pointing the finger at himself.
Henshaw takes a guilt trip on this regretful composition, after the demise of a relationship. The stellar homemade instrumentation reinforces his expressive singing as he takes full accountability for his wrongdoings.
Henshaw takes the song to another level with a cartoon-style visualizer. The clip illustrates Henshaw and two friends in a swan boat, chasing after an uninterested woman who is seen walking on a bridge. You’ll have to watch the entire video to see if they catch up with her or not.
“Only One to Blame” is quite a different tune than Henshaw was singing about on his August release, “The World is Mine.” It’s also the opposite of his spiritual “Church” from earlier this year. For Henshaw, it’s all about giving his fans more new music.
In other news, Henshaw’s time-jumping video for “The World is Mine” won a 2019 Kinsale Shark Award for Best Music Video. Watch the video here.
Stream “Only One to Blame” above.