So today we have another track from the phenomenally talented Cloe Wilder, this as you can probably gather isn’t the first time we’ve reviewed the 13-year-old, florida based dark pop Songstress and if you would like to check out some other reviews of the artist then you can click here and here. Also I was lucky enough to get an Interview with Cloe and if you want to check that out then you can click here. But anyway, back to today, I will be reviewing Cloe Wilder’s latest track ‘Save Me’ which has just dropped, the track was produced by Jayme David Silverstein, a Grammy award winner. This track is her third original song, my previous reviews were of her covers, which she pulled off well, so I was very excited to get a chance to review her own music.
‘Save Me’ has a vibrant electronic intro that flows back and forth like a wave, that merges perfectly with Wilder’s voice, transcendent and beautiful, a masterclass in melancholy and duality. When I do these reviews I tend to listen to these reviews at least three or four times before writing, and then have it on in the background while writing, and it’s rare that I’ll get so caught up in the song that I’ll forget to write anything, but it happened here. This song just caught me out, I went in expecting it to be good because I’d already reviewed her before so I knew she was talented but I was so impressed by this track, it was just so poignant and deep, listening to it, to extend the wave metaphor I started up top, is like just being submerged in the song, it’s just that powerful.
So that’s what I thought of ‘Save Me’ by Cloe Wilder and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. Make sure and support the artist by following her on Facebook and Twitter.
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