Lily Williams just released one of sweetest songs we’ve ever heard. “Maybe” is a sentimental and moving tune, featuring a delicate vocal and piano performance. It is a sad, yet optimistic production. The refrain, “Spring time will come again,” pulls at the heartstrings of any listener. Lily Williams is UK born, currently studying at the prestigious Berklee School of Music. With songs like “Maybe,” Williams is destined for a promising career as a songwriter and artist.
Eva B. Ross will get heads shaking along to her second single, “Nick’s House.” Ross’s vocals are cool and breezy, delivered with confidence and an unmistakable swagger. The arrangement is just as slick, with a hypnotic production that swims around the speakers. This is music to smooch to, and it makes you tougher just by listening. If you dig “Nick’s House,” you will appreciate her first single, “Messy.” Eva B. Ross is top-shelf talent all around.
The Holly Bernt Band has us grooving to the smooth sounds of their latest release,“Good Gone Dead.” With a confident vocal performance, tasty guitar licks, and a thumping rhythm section, “Good Gone and Dead” has a timeless quality. The production is just as impressive — organic and mixed to perfection. Arrangement-wise, this tune has all the qualities of a song that deserves major playlist spins and attention.We are super digging the Holly Bernt Band.