Addison Grace is a fantastically talented singer/songwriter, who I initially came across because our equally awesome contributor and in-house graphic artist Tori B Bearly is addicted to Tik Tok (oh which reminds me real quick, Off the Record has recently made a Tik Tok of our very own, and you can follow us by clicking here) and is a huge fan of hers. So I decided to check out her music and review it for the site. You can check out my first review here, where I discuss a few of her covers, and today starting with this track I will be reviewing her original releases, right up to and including her latest one. I’m also going to try and secure an interview in the next couple of weeks but we’ll see what happens. Today, I will be reviewing her track ‘Sugar Rush’ which was released on August 25th 2020.
‘Sugar Rush’ opens with some vibrant strings, sweet and melodic, but not quite a sugar rush yet, joking aside it’s a smooth, ambient intro that’s light and effervescent but not forgettable. Addison’s voice has a depth and originality to it that means she could sing anything and it’d sound good. I loved the balance between the slower, more melancholic parts and the more high energy parts, they created a nice counterpoint in what has turned out to be a wonderfully engaging track.
So that’s what I thought of Addison Grace’s single ‘Sugar Rush’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. If you want to support the artist then you can follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or you can donate to their Ko-Fi.
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