Mike finds something to love from France

“Preachers will pray and drifters will stray, you’ll be the one holding the key”

Fresh, raw and scuzzy, a blast of pop fused rock with riffs and curious effervescence. A musician with amazing potential. Put simply, an EP you must own! Proud to be young, proud to be a woman, proud to be a European singing indie-English lyrics backed by a rumbunctious music style underlined with a southern French lilt.

The bitter-sweet Girl in the City opens this amazing record as an opening shot railing against conformity and expectation with an urgency punched through with razor-sharp guitar work but just enough fuzz and reverb to leave you unhinged. This girl is taking bets. Lost and Found and Work Till U Get It show delicate touches but with an almost anthemic quality. The title track of the EP arrives and we are definitely onto something deeply personal and well informed. He Ain’t no Martin Sheen, nor Springsteen, nor Jimmy Dean. Norma ain’t no prisoner of rock n’ roll either. Oh Lord closes the disc in inspired fashion, arguably the best song on the disc but the one least likely to receive radio play. I can’t wait to see this artist live and eagerly await her debut album. Five tracks. Five stars! Hello Toulouse.

More From Author


Popular Posts

Latest Gig Reviews

Latest Music Reviews


Band Of The Day