Here we go again for some flash review of new tunes that caught our attention. Some lightness, some colours and some classical tunes, every fan of sweet pop and poetry should find a treasure here. Flashes.
NEVER LET ME GO – GHOSTLY KISSES
We’re expecting a ghost to be cold at the touch, and of a kiss to be warm and lively. The tender embraces by Ghostly Kisses are of an absolutely perfect balance between the two sensations. It is hard not to notice the fantastic lightness of the singer’s voice and the eerie atmosphere of her new EP Never Let Me Go. Sublime and mystical, Ghostly Kisses is a caress to our hear, something sweet that needs to be shared with the world the sooner, the better.
OUT OF THE DARKNESS – GIZMO VARILLAS
It is with a festival of colour that Gizmo Varillas welcomes us inside his new album, Out of The Darkness. Dyed with Latins rhythms and occidental modern pop, his songs get us deeply, to our core and in our bones. Whether he sings in Spanish or in English, we feel Varillas as an optimist romantic poet. Even in the most melancholic instants of his album, he smiles and reminds us to take our time. If the production is perfect for radio (One Day at a Time), we love the mix and the intention. To listen to as soon as possible.
LA TRAVERSÉE – BERTRAND BETSCH
The voice is light and the atmosphere rather dark. Yet, the lyrics Bertrand Betsch is spreading in his new album La Traversée are full of wisdom, softness, poetry and hope. Built like a great classic of French variety with seeming like out of an old box left in an attic, this new opus by Betsch impress with À la nage, passionate with Rendez-vous, and wraps us with emotions with Le Bus 51. It’s tender, classical, peaceful and heartwarming.
Where Do Lovers Go? – Ghostly Kisses
Born Again – Gizmo Varillas
Le Bus 51 – Bertrand Betsch
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