Maisie Bourke- Don't Let Him ( Single Review)

ChartHouse  Music Studios delivers another young Protege in 17-year-old Maisie Bourke from London. This is the same studio that Pixie Lott, Sam Smith, and last week's cover, Freya Alley have all recorded with.

Bourke has been writing and producing her own unique brand of dark and introspective pop since the age of 11, and "Don't Let Him" is her latest release.

I personally feel the track shares similarities with Miss Alley because of the dark tones and rich embellishment of textures that create an eerie presence.

The opening tinkers of piano keys feel haunting and isolated before  Maisie delivers a plaintive story in wistful vocals that gradually ignite with the powerful chorus. This track is expressive in the theme which is helped as much with the musicianship, as well as the songwriting. The backbeats of a drum loop and stark expressions of piano creates a solid track for fans of Lana DelRey and SIA.

For more information on Maisie, you can visit her website https://artist.spinnup.com/maisie
or follow her on social media accounts http://www.instagram.com/maisiehbb

 If you'd like to listen to the track in full, Please listen to it below;


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