Three acoustic singer songwriters to get your week off to a beautiful start

Olivia De Melo – “I need you”
-This song has an immediately satisfying acoustic guitar part that connects seamlessly with a gorgeous lead vocal. The production quality is absolutely outstanding. This is the kind of music that makes me feel all sorts of warm and comfortable. The string work in the background really helps to set the basis for the lead vocal. The lyrical sentiment is about needing someone that you love. If you’ve ever been in a relationship where you just couldn’t stop thinking about the other person when they weren’t around, this song captures that feeling perfectly. It’s a really well balanced song that has the potential to chart in pop if it gets support. Spin it and share it if you love it, too.

Courtney Preis – “Cabin in the woods”
-The opening guitar feels a bit understated, but let me assure you that you should hang on and listen to this vocal. It’s absolutely gorgeous. Preis sings with an endearing soprano lead that’s sure to win over a lot of fans. In a world with so many diva style female vocalists, it’s great to hear a sound that feels delightfully authentic. The song doesn’t really fit with a genre, but it has a pop-leaning acoustic energy to it that we’re happy to support. The highlight is, by far, the quality of the vocal from Preis.

Weston Perry – “Good to be alone”
-As an introvert, I have to say that I was pleased to read the title of this song. I heartily agree. But then I clicked play and heard a wonderful vocal that put me in mind of the Head and the Heart. The energy of the recording feels like a mix of vintage rock with more recent 2000s folk revival. The production is well done, establishing a nice easy going vibe. The lyrics are about taking a little break in a relationship or giving each other a bit of space. It’s definitely a sentiment that a lot of people can connect with and the easy going sentiment allows the wisdom of the lyrical suggestion to come through confidently.

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