Check out the verdict of Kelly Brouhaha’s single, ‘Audrey’s Song’ from from her new EP Mama Didn’t Raise A Quitter by our Next Gen Journo crew who participated in a workshop with journalist and Upside News editor Libby Parker recently:
KELLY BROUHAHA RETURNS WITH NEW EP AND MELODIC SINGLE
Award winning Adelaidean Kelly Brouhaha is back on the music scene with her new EP Mama Didn’t Raise A Quitter after a three year break. Her first single ‘Audrey’s Song’ is a catchy and relaxing blues ballad about just pushing through the hard times because it will get better in the end. This is the kind of song that you sing along to loudly in the shower when no one else is home, or have playing in the background at family barbecues. It would also make a pretty fantastic driving song.
Kelly’s smooth as caramel voice, mixed with a great arrangement of instruments and harmonies in the background come together to produce the kind of song you tap your feet or nod your head along to. It brings a smile to the face and the listener can’t help but feel the urge to get up and move their body along to the tune. The build up to the chorus is easy to listen to, sending strong Amy Winehouse vibes and wouldn’t be out of place at a music festival or a crowd warmer before a stadium gig.
Kelly will soon be back on tour, getting back into the van for an Australian- wide tour.
Review by Ruby Lehmann