If the first verse to an acoustic Folk Pop track doesn’t charm you, it’s pretty likely that the rest of the track will fall flat. Yet, it was immediately obvious from Angelo V’s quintessentially sweet soundscape in his single “Dragonfly” that he’s the sort of singer-songwriter that you don’t stumble across all too often.
The track progresses into an off-beat ska rhythm to break up the seamless fluidity of the acoustic chord progressions – which are as easy to listen to as breathing to add texture to Dragonfly which is the second single released by the London-based artist.
Whilst it may be hard to differentiate most Folk Pop songs from one another, Angelo V’s arresting command of melody and ability to feed the layers of harmony from his vocals into the composition sets him apart.
You can check out Angelo V’s latest single Dragonfly out for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
Review by Amelia Vandergast