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”This One’s For You” is a sad tale of heartbreak from Cat Rose

UK based singer/songwriter/aspiring producer, Cat Rose returns with her 2nd single ”This One’s For You”. Reflective & truthful, Cat’s new song is a powerful Pop single all about losing the one that we used to love. Sometimes breakups are tough to handle but they need to happen in order to move on.

This One’s For You” is the follow-up to 2019’s ”Money” which was her debut track. I like Cat Rose’s style, she is very creative and likes pushing the boundaries. The build up is big for this song and the result is certainly fantastically executed. The hook is haunting, you feel Cat’s pain of being let down and of hearing excuses from her former lover. Her vocal ability is endless and the way she keeps the attention of the listener in a such a simple way, is so great to see. I could see Cat Rose on a Rock, Hip Hop or Folk song, she seems to have such a variety of skills stored away in her locker.

This is a young performer who is testing the waters and bringing out some progressive music ,while looking very stylish at the same time with lots of hairstyle changes. With a loyal fan base looking after her back, Cat is one of the new upcoming UK female artists that are going to start dominating the scene very shortly.

With her pure voice, touching lyrics and constant creativity, Cat is merely scratching the surface with her talent, which will be seen and heard globally in a very big way. I hope that the gifted Cat Rose is put onto some awesome festival lineups in the near future, she will most certainly impress.

Stream this great track on Cat’s Spotify and don’t look back.

Tischa Kent – Faking: Cher Has Never Had Competition… Until Now

Oh God damn. There is no preparing you for the weight behind Tischa Kent’s vocal power in her latest track Faking. The lack of a prelude was a risky move, yet it irrefutably paid off. You’re left bruised by the pensive poignancy of the lyrics before the first verse even runs through. The stripped back EDM Pop beats set the perfect platform for the Canterbury, UK-based up and coming artist to lay down her heavy, yet soaring vocals. Yet, when the beat drops, it drops and bleeds synth reverb over Tischa Kent’s resounding harmonies. With a vocal style which sits in between London Grammar’s Hannah Reid and Cher it really is staggering that she’s still an unsigned artist. Someone give the girl a record deal.

You can be bowled over by Tischa Kent’s latest single Faking yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast