The finish is crisp & satisfying, the set-up is unique & interesting, the warmth of the music is familiar yet fresh, the songwriting deals with love, dedication, loyalty & personal truth.
Flawlessly combining the retro vibes of the 80s with the absolute ear-wormery of modern pop, Perfect Chair is a track you only need to hear once for it to leave its mark. A huge song, immediately satisfying & enjoyable from start to finish.
The concept & mood conjure up this dreamlike or other worldly sense of vastness & exploration, it’s fascinating, yet also rhythmically familiar & comforting to get into.
The ambiance is multi-layered, motivational, expressive, detailed, and on top of this – the song itself is smooth, well performed, characterful, and offers a fresh take on relationship struggles.
The RnB style melody that plays the part of a verse section adds a new dynamic, the instrumental breaks are well placed, and without question, you only need to hear the single once to remember it indefinitely.
A brilliant track, the vocal choice was spot on – Elizabeth Robinson adds a real touch of fire. The rising intensity & the drop are massively satisfying.
An unpredictable fusion of tracks, but it works beautifully. The concept is exciting, all at once familiar & fresh – recognisable yet new.
The production shows itself to be well crafted towards the latter half of the song, and the whole thing becomes notably familiar the further along you get.
The rhythm is addictive & the arrangement of the hook on top of this makes for something you’ll struggle to get out of your head for quite some time.
As the soundscape grows, through the quiet & loud, the subtle & the bold, her voice adjusts accordingly & the song benefits greatly from this individuality.
The reflective nature of the lyrics will connect on a profound level with many listeners. The musical variety on top makes for a striking experience.
The all important ideas of an optimist, a hard working, motivated songwriter hoping to inspire similar feelings of being unstoppable in all who listen.