While we were all speculating about the state of Robert Pattinson’s love life, the British actor has been hard at work on his music career. The singer-songwriter released his debut album, titled R.Pattinson, in early 2019, and it features a number of timeless tracks. We had the opportunity to listen to a few of these songs and find out more about the upcoming album, which is set to be released next year. So let’s get into it.

The Debut Album

The album opens with a beautiful ballad, “Remember Me.” It’s a haunting track, with beautiful harmonies and a soft, passionate performance from Pattinson. He sounds completely captivated as he sings about missing someone. If you’ve ever loved someone and lost them, then this song will resonate with you.

“Remember Me” is one of the standouts on the album. It’s a gorgeous track and showcases a side of Pattinson’s voice that we haven’t heard from him in a while. But it’s not all happy music; on the contrary, the next track, “Break Up,” is another powerful ballad about heartbreak. In fact, the majority of the album is pretty raw and emotional, with the occasional pop song thrown in for good measure.

The Making Of R.Pattinson

The making of R.Pattinson was documented by photographer Annie Leibovitz, who had the chance to capture Robert Pattinson in a candid moment as he goes about his daily routine. The album art was designed by British artist Storm & Haze, who has worked with the singer before, and it features an eclectic mix of items: a skull, hearts, and starbursts, among others. A limited edition box set contains a photobook and a CD of the album. The photobook is made up of portraits of the band and crew, as well as photographs of the singer playing guitar and singing. It documents the making of R.Pattinson and the band’s journey to perform on this album.

The collection of photographs also gives us a glimpse into Robert Pattinson’s home life. We see him cooking food, taking walks with his dogs, and relaxing at the end of a long day. While some would consider this to be a burden, it actually seems like a gift. It gives the album a more intimate feel and brings the music to another level.

The Music Video For ‘Remember Me’

The music video for “Remember Me” was directed by Vincent Peters, who has previously worked with the band and crew of R.Pattinson on other videos. It was shot in one take and documents the band’s journey to rehearse and record the song. If you’re not already familiar, the members of the band are all very talented musicians and they use their experience to create an eclectic sound that is instantly recognizable as their music. It was a thrill to see a band of our own community come together to make a video, especially since the song is about a missing person. A lot of our members are missing people in their life, so it was a song that we could all relate to. This is just one of the many things that made this song special.

A Different Take On Classic Rock

“Remember Me” is a great example of a song that straddles the line between classic rock and contemporary pop. It features some beautiful, jubilant guitar riffs, but also has a bit of a blues feel to it. The song is in the key of G, but it still has a bit of an edge, especially in the chorus, where it almost sounds like an early Queen song. But even though it’s a different take on classic rock, it still has the spirit of the original bands’ music.

The album continues with a cover of “Helter Skelter,” by The Beatles. The British band’s interpretation of this classic track is rich in comparison to the original, as it has more of a hard-edged sound. While the group’s guitarist, Andy Bell, did bring in a bit of the classic sound that the band is known for, the members of Queen tribute band, The Hollies, put their own spin on the classic track. The track’s memorable guitar riff has only been used in a handful of songs, so it still feels like a unique take on the material that the band is known for.

More Than Just A One-off

One of the most exciting things about R.Pattinson is that it isn’t simply a one-off effort. The album continues to impress with its diversity. While “Remember Me” is an excellent opener, “Take Good Care” is a glorious piece of music that will stick with you for the rest of your life. It’s an emotional track, with a pounding piano and harmonies that will sing out loud in your head. “Take Good Care” was originally the B-side to “Remember Me.” It’s also one of the only songs on the album that was written by the band. It shows that not only is this singer-songwriter an accomplished musician, but he’s also an author. The music video for this song was directed by Hannah Lux Davis and shows a glimpse into Robert Pattinson’s personal life. It’s a touching account of his relationship with the woman who would become his wife. If you listen closely, you can hear her voice as he sings about taking care of her and loving her.

You can tell from the diversity of songs on this album that Robert Pattinson is an artist in the truest sense of the word. He is able to combine different styles and influences and create something unique and wonderful. This album isn’t just a great debut; it’s an album that has the potential to change the way you look at all vocal-driven rock music. And that, my friends, is something to celebrate.