With a delicious blend of folk, pop, rock, and Americana comes ‘Three Hearts’, the new single from Charlotte Morris’ new album ‘Songs For My Next Ex’, and that title probably gives a pretty good lead into what’s on offer here; beautiful, soulful, confessional and personal, soft and gentle and tugging on the heartstrings. There’s a little of Joni Mitchell, a little Sheryl Crow, and a lot of Delta Rae and Brandi Carlisle; a tender and compassionate vocal sitting over gently strummed acoustic guitar chords and a sensitive backing of drums and bass.
Listened to in its entirety, ‘Songs For My Next Ex’ is a soul-bearing ‘story album’, tracing the highs and lows of relationships; her first full-length album, following up 2018’s ‘To New York With Love’ EP, it’s a perfect showcase for Morris’ stunning, plaintive voice. ‘Three Hearts’ is the impeccable, sublime introduction.
Madison has a stunning voice and shows it off nicely here with her new and debut song ”Indiana”. The young songstress turns up the volume real loud here and surpasses expectations mightily in this beautiful journey.
The poster on this song showcases what is in store and no one is left disappointed. The listener is left spellbound with this wonderland of stunning beats to get us warmed up. Madison has this ability to grab you with her magnificent vocals that are just a marvel to listen to. I feel like I’m in a movie set with her gallivanting through.
”Indiana” strides in as one of the years best electronic-pop songs and its so well sung by the young Madison. I like how she is able to keep the consistency going through with such high notes. What a fantastic song and let’s hope that she flourishes and brings out more gems.
Not all artists possess the ability to instantaneously pull you into a narrative which you’ll be invested in from the first verse to the last. Perceptibly, Julie Bouchard has been granted with that natural talent. The proof lies in her lyrically and melodically captivating latest single.
Her latest radio-ready single “Why” is a soundscape filled with fraught frustration and inspiringly tensile optimism which won’t fail to resonate.
This Indie Folk Pop ballad is the ultimate testament of the Austin, Texas-based singer songwriter’s commercial potential. Indie Folk doesn’t often come as cinematically powerful as Why. There may be a potent serving of raw pensive soul, but once you get to the outro, you will undoubtedly feel uplifted.
You can check out Julie Bouchard’s latest single Why for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.