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‘More Water Under The Bridge’ from Perenna King is a song about lies and forgiveness

More Water Under The Bridge‘ from Perenna King is a song about lies and forgiveness that is lathered into a cold swim of regret.

Perenna King is a New York City based singer-songwriter who mixes dark pop with Baroque sounds, she fills the air with such variety and love. This is a musician that loves to be different and make exciting music.

You love them so much but they have lied so many times. Your patience has run out now and you are actually really tired of this person. The trust is gone and nothing will help anymore. The time to move on and forget is here. You wish you could forgive but you have too many times and things have not got better.

Pop singer Perenna King sings with such passion here and she is clearly saddened by what is going on with this situation. ‘More Water Under The Bridge‘ is a heartfelt story about trying to forgive this person but you can’t seen to do it this time. After being hurt so many times, the end is so close now.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


The soulful Wonderson is quite brilliant on groovy debut track ‘Keep Loving You’

The soulful Wonderson is quite brilliant on debut track ‘Keep Loving You‘ and he sings with such pureness that is so welcome in 2020. There is purpose here on this excellent release.

This is a nod to that classic 60’s soul music feel and has a fresh spin to its creation. You can feel it, this is a song that is to be played at all times. This is fresh and fine, just how music was intended.

You are there for her and she is there for you. You love each other so much and will keeping on loving each other. When hope is gone, you will be there for each other. That is true love and the message here. When the world is grey and good friends drift away, that enteral love with her is all you need.

Wonderson shines bright like a light from the sky, he honest story of true love ‘Keep Loving You‘ is an ode to how things should be. Honesty and having a positive mindset is all that you require to be truly happy. Long live this message of keeping things simple and true, you don’t want to ever feel blue.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


The Bow sing about the painful memory of heartbreak on ‘Desire’

The Bow sing about the painful memory of heartbreak on ‘Desire‘ and they are so poignant on their new Indie Pop single with meaning.

The Bow are a new band consisting of members of TAOF (The Art of Fusion). They are a quality outfit and this is a marvelous song to boost our souls in 2020. With a mellow outlook, this is exactly the healing type of song that makes a difference.

You loved each other so much but sadly things ended. This is the way things are and you can’t stand it. There are good days and bad days, the love was so strong and then it ended. You will recover and this was been a good life lesson.

Desire‘ from The Bow is a Pop track for the ages and you can feel the quality here. The vocals are softly delivered but with meaning and this is a new track from deep down in the soul. This is a new band that are just starting out but with songs like this, we will be hearing lots about this fine act.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


‘Cigarettes et rosé’ from Elise Boulanger is just incredible for the ears

With the start that sounds kinda like Game of Thrones, you just know that this is going to be cinematic and gloriously sung. It is. ‘Cigarettes et rosé‘ from Elise Boulanger is the new and powerful single from this Canadian-born singer and more.

With over 15 years in the music game, Elise Boulanger is a sweet singer that has an aura of orchestral instrumentation. Hailing from Canada, this charming chamber-folk-pop artist completely captivates audiences with her haunting avalanche of a vibrant voice. She is a bilingual multi-instrumentalist and composer that creates cinematic dreamscapes. with cello, violin, piano, drums and ukulele sounds that make this song so special. Her voice is hauntingly beautiful and this is a music that is off the top shelf. The way the song changes so quickly shows that this is a musician like no other.

Cigarettes et rosé‘ is an energetically percussive anthem of silly French happenings alluding to history and the importance of trusting people. While living in France, Elise observed that, “people wouldn’t trust others to come into their homes. Thus, they would avoid having at-home gatherings. This absolutely fascinated me, especially given that Canadians are so welcoming and accepting.”

This is a fascinating story, the song is full of different instruments and they wave in, you feel the goodness here and the meaning behind the song. This is a lovely anthem and you can tell that lots of time was put in here, this is quite glorious to listen to.

Cigarettes et rosé‘ from Elise Boulanger is the new and powerful single from the Canadian-born singer who impresses so much here. This is music that probably will be played loud and over and over again, this is a gem.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


Melbourne singer-songwriter Jayvier is on top form with ‘Everything That Happened’

Melbourne singer-songwriter Jayvier is on top form with his new song about lost love on ‘Everything That Happened‘.

With the string-filled start, we are soon put into the story of the blizzard. he was at the bottom, was stumbling but made it anyway. He ended up missing that special soul, he thought she was gone. Somehow it worked out and he got to meet her in the end.

There is a lot of lovely indie-folk here, you can feel that this is a singer-songwriter who is well-traveled. He has seen a lot of music venues and bars, the extra bit of vocals is so great to hear. He projects his voice so well and the song is vibrant, full of stops to gain momentum again.

Everything That Happened‘ from Australian singer-songwriter Jayvier who is looking for his angel on this fine song, full of quality vocals and a story about lost love.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


Retro-gothwave banger with ‘Nightwaves’ from Grimdeluxe

This is a new retro-gothwave banger with ‘Nightwaves‘ from Grimdeluxe as this transcends the airwaves here in 2020.

You can’t see right now as your vision is a bit blurred and you are struggling. You are trying to open your eyes but its so hard currently. The music is leading you in the right direction and it will be interesting to see if you can see the light or will everything drag you down. The night can be a scary time but you are excited for this challenge as you begin to see where to go in life.

This is a song that has an old school 80’s feel. The synths are quite electric here, the whole energy brews as the song levels up into your ears. The vocals are strong and calming, you feel at ease and just want to dance all night. This is the perfect song for a Friday night as you get into the weekend vibe.

Nightwaves‘ from Grimdeluxe is the brooding and smokey song that lifts into the speakers slowly. The burner is a track to enjoy with friends.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


Amelie Blake sings with such grace on ‘Let The Words Unfold’

Amelie Blake sings with such grace and pureness on the indie-pop single called ‘Let The Words Unfold‘.

Amelie Blake is a UK based singer-songwriter with a stunning voice that sweeps through your heart and cleans up the rubbish that is cluttering your blood flow. She has made her own unique sound that has clippings of pop, soul and alternative music. This is a singer you have to be a fan of.

Amelie says that ‘Let The Words Unfold‘ is all about reclaiming your power and not letting outside sources affect you in a negative way. It’s about being who you are and not censoring your true self for the sake of others. It’s about not accepting others opinions as facts and owning who you are, this is a song about being comfortable in your own skin.

⁠I love how this song has been created and the message is so true and empowering. She has battled with this before, just like millions out there. The key is that she hasn’t let it define who she is.

Amelie Blake in incredible on her song ‘Let The Words Unfold‘. This is a singer who sings for the love of music and you can tell that she is a sweet soul, so genuine and authentic. A new role model in this crazy world has risen.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


Alt Pop singer Bex blazes in with ”Secondhand Smoke”

Bex is a Boston-based writer & singer-songwriter with influences from pop-rock, blues and also some neo-soul. She is back with her new song called ”Secondhand Smoke” that was released today.

What ever you breath in you need to believe it. Bex is no quitter and she has the Bonny & Clyde kind of love with this fantastic new pop track. Her vocals are wonderfully pure on this new song and I love the catchy lyrics. The vibe is fab throughout and Bex shows her smooth style.

Secondhand Smoke” from the Massachusetts local is perfect for those long road trips or to get you excited for the day. Without having a sneaky ciggie of course.  This is a simple song that catches the ear and this is a musician to watch. Her voice is so natural and she is poised to fully breakout soon.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


‘Desolate Days’ from Chellcy Reitsma feat. Edward Mifsud is a song about the wild times in 2020

Desolate Days’ from Chellcy Reitsma feat. Edward Mifsud is a song all about the strange landscape that we find ourselves in 2020.

Mellieha, Malta is currently the home of this fantastic singer with such a true voice that is so rare these days, she sings with class and poise on ‘Desolate Days’.

Chellcy Reitsma is fairly new to the music scene but not to the stage; a true artist in every capacity. Originally from California, she grew up in a musical family exposed to American folk, rock and full gospel. She graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in visual arts with three degrees.

After graduation, Chellcy started her own ethnic dance company and toured around the world performing with many bands and drummers enjoying international recognition within the ethnic dance scene.

After starting her musical journey in 2015 due to major dance injuries forcing her to retire from dancing. Chellcy had always wanted to try her hand at singing-songwriting but never had the time, so she quickly seized the opportunity to start a new chapter and follow her music dreams. Chellcy is now a rising star in the music scene with her own unique fusion style and a retro edge that blends a touch of jazz, with blues and alternative rock.

Desolate Days’ from Chellcy Reitsma feat. Edward Mifsud is so relevant in this wild pandemic and we all hope that it ends soon so we can go back to life. This is a lovely song from such a talented duo who fuse so many styles in one to create such beauty.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen


Alex Lleo is on top form with brilliant ‘Easy Way’

Alex Lleo is back in a big way with his excellent new indie-pop release called ‘Easy Way’.

Alex Lleo is a singer-songwriter from Birmingham and he returns with such a gem of a song that will let us all think about what is around us.

Spending time in nature – in Worcestershire’s Lickey Hills where Alex lives and grew up, the awe-inspiring Scandinavian mountains, and surfing the various coastlines of the British Isles has shaped Alex’s creative outlook. You can hear his attraction to the natural world, its peace and its drama, in his music, which is exquisitely-paced, laid-back and rich in melody.

This is such a lovely song and I love Alex’s voice. The vocals are smooth and his stories can be related to. Not taking the easy way out is the answer and instead doing things with a glint in your eye, staying positive no matter what 2020 has brought you. This is a time for us to heal. Alex Lleo from Birmingham does precisely that on ‘Easy Way’.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen