Earlier this year we were captivated by Binky’s single Jackie D, and well, she’s gone and done it again with her latest single Get Lost. Yet, it’s clear that in the three months since the London based Country Pop released her last single she’s worked even harder to perfect her sound, how far she has come in such a short time is absolutely staggering.
Instrumentally, lyrically, and vocally Get Lost is absolutely flawless, polished to perfection and as anthemic as music comes. The jangly up-vibe of the instrumental arrangements provide the perfect platform for Binky to lay down her soulfully vibrant vocals in the sun-soaked radio ready track which is Get Lost. At this point I should probably point out that the lyricism isn’t as abrasive as the title would suggest; it may well just be the feel good track of the summer. There’s a beautifully Folkish quintessence which weaves around the more traditional Country Pop style, as the track progresses you can expect infectiously catchy hooks, intricately orchestrated instrumentals and a vocal arrangement that should be enough to strike fear into the rest of the contemporary female Pop artists. In fact, if you listen carefully enough, you can probably hear Mumford and Sons audibly quaking.
You can check out Binky’s latest single Get Lost on SoundCloud now
Review by Amelia Vandergast