Craymo – December Rain (Carol of Love) (Review)

Craymo - December Rain (Carol of Love) (Review)

Check out this music review of the new single, ‘December Rain (Carol of Love)‘ by Craymo

Craymo is back on the scene, Hhis single is titled December Rain (Carol of Love), end it is a romantic song, which starts off with a touching melody on the piano. Later, Craymo’s honest lyrics kick in, landing in perfectly with the vibes of this release. The most beautiful and distinctive element of this arrangement is that it starts off small and minimalistic, but later many different instruments creep in. For example, a beautiful and exciting marching snare pattern comes in, bringing more rhythm and groove to the composition, while still retaining a very minimalistic and non-invasive approach. At about halfway into the song, the full band arrangement breaks out, with a crunchy electric guitar rhythm section as well as a full on drum kit, and many more layers of vocal harmonies.

December Rain (Carol of Love) has a very timeless sound, which doesn’t feel tied to any specific style or genre. Maybe this is exactly the reason why this song is so emotional and so easy to relate to for listeners of different backgrounds.

Find out more about Craymo, and listen to December Rain (Carol of Love), which is available on SoundCloud and other platforms on the web.


Craymo is an indie singer songwriter in Orlando, Florida (formerly from Los Angeles). December Rain (Carol of Love) is a song about unrequited love and is dedicated to anyone who has ever had a broken heart. The song won Best Rock Song in the Fall 2019 Clouzine International Music Awards. The music video (Directed by Stas Ivanov) won Best Alternative Video and Best Easy Listening Video in the 2019 Indie Music Channel Awards held at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. December Rain (Carol of Love) was a Semi-Finalist Adult Contemporary Category in the 2019 UK Songwriting Competition. The song is co-written by Craymo and Paul Dinletir. December Rain (Carol of Love) is released in loving memory of Craymo’s mother Carol Love, who recently passed away. The song is self-released on Craymo’s label One Love One World Records.