She reminds me a bit of Amy Winehouse. A bit.
This video came out two weeks after I featured it here.
This is the kind of song I’ve been looking to hear from Daya since her Grammy-winning breakout performance on “Don’t Let Me Down.” She’s said that she wanted to continue to go in that indie/electronic pop direction (sorta like this gem), and after a couple singles that didn’t quite standout, she’s now delivered with her own epic single that fits her elite vocals.
Of the thousands of songs I’ve heard this year, this is one of the most mind-boggling of them all. She’s definitely one to watch with this standout futuristic debut single.
First song I’ve heard from her. Likeable indie pop.
Is Beck considered a legend? I really don’t know. But he’s a hell of a musician, and I wanted to feature this here as an alternative to the sounds I usually post. As usual with Beck, it’s a pretty trippy music video—even for a lyric vid.
Chill indie vibe with a Trap beat.
The first comment on this video was: “best thing that spotify ever recommended me.” I won’t go that far, but it’s definitely one of the more impressive and edgier Indie/Electronic tracks of the year.