Single Review: Tiffany Day – Various Tracks

Tiffany Day - Various Tracks

Tiffany Day is an American singer/songwriter, I vaguely remember coming across them a few years ago due to a video of them singing Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen into a well, which you can check out here if you are interested. I recently rediscovered the artist when I saw their video Demi Lovato – Sorry Not Sorry (SING OFF vs. MYSELF). I really enjoyed it and so decided to review some for their music, so check out the entries below which are the most popular songs by the artist on Spotify at the time of writing this review. 

‘COMMITMENT ISSUES’ kicks off with a lively beat, the percussion blending perfectly with Tiffany’s voice to create a fantastic first track. Nice energy, very catchy and distinctive, a nice first introduction from the artist as well, because you really get to hear the quality of their voice. 

‘Autopilot’ opens with that crisp, crackling quality I’ve come to associate with older recordings, it tickles the nostalgia centres of my brain nicely, before the artist curses, and the song transitions into the song proper, a more energetic number, fairly busy in terms of backing, but not so much as to overpower the artist’s voice, in fact elements like the fingers clicking really help to add, but honestly, I think the artist has a tremendous voice and doesn’t really need a lot for it to shine, so it’s really all relative. 

‘TWFNO’ kicks right into gear, more percussion off the bat than the previous songs but it really works, I Also like the give and take of this song, there’s a nice back and forth to it that is excellent;y provided through both the instrumental backing and Tiffany’s vocals. I’ve enjoyed all the songs so far but something about this one really stuck with me, it wasn’t just that it was catchy, or that it had a nice beat, but it was just a perfect and succinct tune that works for a variety of moods. 

‘Crush’ opens with a twinkling, dream-like tune that works perfectly with Tiffany’s voice, the song builds in speed and complexity between each percussive fill, it’s a really exciting and engaging song that much like the previous entry is really memorable. I like the building drive of this song, and because of their slightly softer intro, you are kind of taken unaware by it, which is always a plus for me. 

‘I’m Sorry’ is kind of at a midpoint, not too fast, but by no means slow, it has a melancholic edge to it, which is transposed beautifully throughout the track because of Tiffany’s amazing vocals. I know that these tracks are distinct and individual and as such aren’t necessarily meant to be listened to together, but this one really works well as a finisher, it has a softer note to it, fades out strongly and clearly and is just a satisfying final song in a series of really great tracks. 

So that’s what I thought of those tracks by Tiffany Day and if you want to check them out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. Make sure and support the artist by following them on Twitter and Instagram


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