If you’re looking for a fuzzy, friendly upbeat track to add a little life to your playlists, up and coming singer-songwriter Ella Clair’s first single “Freddie” serves up elements from Indie, Neo-Soul, Pop and Jazz to create an infectiously magnetic soundscape.
Whatever mood you’re in when you hit play on the Sydney-raised, performer’s first single, you’re guaranteed to feel infinitely better after you’ve listened to the quintessential alchemy unfold and fade out to the concordantly cathartic notes from the organ. The slightly twee vocals sit neatly above the euphorically arranged instrumentals which pack in plenty of acoustic rhythm courtesy of the grinding guitars.
Fans of Kate Nash, Amy Winehouse, and the Zutons will definitely want to check out Ella Clair’s debut single Freddie, which is now available to listen to via Spotify. Make sure to give her a follow so you don’t miss out on the release of her debut EP “My Red, Your Red” which will be recorded with as many female musicians as possible. She just keeps getting better, doesn’t she?
Review by Amelia Vandergast