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Unyielding Spirit: Steve Edwards’ Road to “Broken Bones”

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Broken Bones” marks the latest chapter in Steve Edwards’ remarkable musical journey. This New Zealand native, with a deep admiration for rock legends like Bon Jovi, has crafted a narrative that resonates with fans worldwide.

Edwards’ musical aspirations took root during his travels in India, a far cry from his New Zealand home. Learning to play the guitar, he began composing songs that echoed his experiences and emotions. Steve’s initial demos in Edinburgh were just the beginning of a journey marked by ebbs and flows.

In London, Steve’s talent flourished. Collaborating with producer James D Bell, he explored the realms of pop and rock. The turning point came when Steve Edwards‘ performance captivated Ilenia Carli of Anyway Music Management, leading to an unexpected breakthrough with the song “One by One” on BBC Radio 2.

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After a hiatus in New Zealand, focusing on family and business, a sobering personal incident spurred Steve to revisit his musical roots. This led to the reunion with his long-time drummer, Simon McDowell, and the inception of his 2022 album, Born.

In “Broken Bones,” Steve encapsulates his personal struggles and victories. The song’s raw emotion and compelling lyrics, coupled with a rock sound influenced by his idol Bon Jovi, create a powerful narrative. This track is a reflection of Edwards’ journey through life’s highs and lows.

The song captivates listeners with Edwards’ evocative melodies and insightful lyrics, exploring the turmoil of a deceitful relationship. Phrases like “You tricked me with your charm offensive” vividly illustrate the emotional strife, while Steve’s heartfelt delivery deepens each line’s impact. The chorus, “I’ll walk out of here on broken bones, I’ll walk out of here alone,” powerfully conveys the resolve to leave a toxic bond, embodying both strength and human resilience.

Steve’s “Broken Bones” is a song born from the depths of personal experiences. It stands as a symbol of unbroken spirit in the face of adversity. Edwards’ journey from New Zealand to the global music scene, dotted with challenges and triumphs, resonates in this poignant rock anthem, making it a testament to the resilience of the human spirit.

Listen to “Broken Bones” here: