Beth Macari is a singer-songwriter based in Newcastle, and this isn’t the first time I’ve reviewed her music, if you’re interested in checking that out then click here and here, for an original and a cover respectively.
Beth recently got in touch to see if I’d be interested in reviewing their latest release which is part of a project and I jumped at the chance, this project is five tracks, split into five chapters, with each of the music videos combining to become a short film of sorts. Today I will be reviewing the first part of this project ‘I Promise (that I got you)’ and make sure and stay tuned for part two coming shortly afterwards.
‘I Promise (that I got you)’ has a powerful little speech to begin with, before the song starts in earnest, the smooth melody supports her vocals perfectly, the music and the visuals at least for me evoke a feel of the roaring 20s, with the big band music and the sultry voiced singers in clubs, drinking and having a good time. Imagery aside, this song is just captivating, I’ve talked about Beth’s voice before but it’s particularly powerful in this track, you feel her passion and fire, both coming across, and suddenly you are at the end, swept along in this rich, engaging track.
So that’s what I thought of Beth Macari’s single ‘I Promise (that I got you)’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to YouTube. Don’t forget to support the artist by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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