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Verona Rose has released her all too relatable playful piano Indie Pop single “Overthinking”

Singer-songwriter Verona Rose has recently released her all too relatable Alt-Pop single “Overthinking”. If you’re a fan of playful piano Indie Pop hits, you’ll hit aural gold when you hit play.

Verona Rose’s narrative Pop-style will be a hit with any fans of Kate Nash or Lily Allen, but Overthinking is so much more than your usual quirky offering of eccentric Pop. With the production, Verona Rose achieved the massive euphoric sound which you’d expect to hear from a Taylor Swift track.

There is an incredible maturity and perceptible amount of stylish distinction in Overthinking. It’s even more impressive that it is coming from a 19-year-old Singer-Songwriter. It’s only a matter of time before her name graces the top of the Pop charts. Naturally, we can’t wait to hear what comes next.

Overthinking is now available to stream on all major platforms via this link.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

UK Pop artist Eve Christina has released her accordant feat of Alt Folk Pop “My Place”

UK Pop artist Eve Christina has recently released her third single “My Place”, prepare to be enamoured. The accordant Alt Folk Pop single captures the complexities of modern relationship dynamics and compels you to find the resonance.

There’s something incredibly refreshing about the upbeat tone of My Place. Despite the quasi-romantic tragedy which is unfolding through the lyrics, Eve Christina succeeded in creating a warm and comforting track. The kind of track you’d turn to anytime you want a reminder that complicated relationships don’t have to leave you in a pit of self-pitying despair.

With reminiscences to Kate Nash’s conversational style of Pop along with plenty of Eve Christina’s own personality and style weaved into the accordantly sweet track, it boasts both accessibility and distinction. It’s hard to see how Eve Christina won’t wind up in the Pop charts.

You can check out Eve Christina’s single My Place via Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music

Review by Amelia Vandergast