Single Review: Maya Jane – Everyday’s the Same

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Maya McCrae, who performs as Maya Jane is a teenage Scottish singer/songwriter and today I will be reviewing their debut single ‘Everyday’s the Same’ which was released on the 12th October 2020. The track was written by Maya to help better understand mental health, specifically because one of her friends had depression, and she wanted to do something to help her. So with that, let’s dive into the review. 

‘Everyday’s the Same’ kicks off fast, a blazingly fast guitar section, that flows perfectly with Maya Jane’s strong, vibrant vocals. Because I was informed of the back story behind this track ahead of listening to it, I was surprised by its energy. But honestly it really works, it just hammers forward, and honestly Jane is a tremendous singer, and you just get caught up in the rhythm of her track. This was the debut release from the artist but I’m excited for more based on this song. I especially liked the more melodic vocalisations towards the end, which showed a different, softer side to the track, and shook things up as the song drew to a close. 

So that’s what I thought of Maya Jane’s single ‘Everyday’s the Same’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. While you’re at it make sure and support this artist by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

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