SINGLE REVIEW: Vera Blue – All The Pretty Girls

Vera Blue may just be the Australian queen of evolution. In 3 short years she has transformed herself into one of Australia leading alternative-pop acts and rightfully become renowned for her incredible and energetic live shows full of emotion and raw intensity. Ever since the release of he debut album ‘Perennial’ in July 2017, she has been non-stop on the road giving fans a vivid trip into the stories behind the songs. Whilst she was dong this she has also began working on her highly anticipated sophomore record which is due out early next year. The lead single for this new project hears her channeling some serious Fleetwood Mac vibes. Citing some influence from the incredible band, she’s captured this honest, relatable and chill aura. Within this deep and empowering song she candidly reflects on stereotypes and the roles they play in our current society. “You make all the pretty girls cry. You, so easy, you don’t even try. You spoil us, toy with us when you’re looking like that”. The production on this track is very festival ready with a dreamy state of mind that will have you swaying and ready to experience it over and over again. I’m just going to be honest and say that it’s not her most instantly catchy track but it’s relatable and cool. With each listen it will grow on you with her strong delivery that implements her folk roots as a base layer. She’s proving herself to be a force to be reckoned with and that’s so exciting.

 

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