A groovy and honest guitar-filled sound emanates from the speakers, as we are introduced to a sharp start with so much promise. California’s Natasha Pocket shows the growing frustration with this horrible year on the guitar-filled new single called ‘Therapy Session (West Mix)‘.
Encinitas, California based and full of real feelings that is all about this wild year. This is all about needing to express your feelings and getting to the bottom of that worrying slump that you want to get out of as soon as possible. A year that has made overthinking so much more prominent- due to all the time stuck inside.
With a flourishing Indie-Rock feel with a Lo-Fi base, there are so many lusty layers of solo’s here to keep us all happy. The vocal are quite sad and worrying as the year has taken its toll and some therapy is needed to work out what to do next.
Natasha Pocket’s ‘Therapy Session (West Mix)‘ is a song that is so relevant in modern day times and the carefully curated message puts a thoughtful spin on everything before us. The world is really smokey right now so we all need someone to talk to, as bottling those feelings up only causes more heartbreak.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen