Single Review: Addison Grace – Party Killer

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Addison Grace is a singer/songwriter from Utah, and I have Tori B Bearly to thank for introducing me to their music. This isn’t my first time reviewing their music either, you can find out what I had to say about their cover songs here, and you can check out my reviews of their previous original tracks here, here and here. If you’d like to learn more about Addison Grace then you can check out this interview we did with them here. Today, however, I will be reviewing their single ‘Party Killer’ which was released on March 21st 2021. 

‘Party Killer’ opens with overlapping voices, and soft guitar notes, the voices fall away to be replaced by just Addison. Their voice is truly spectacular, rich and emotive, soulful and honestly so beautiful. This song is melancholic and in the best way reminds me of Dodie Clark, that soulful and bittersweet innocence and freshness. Addison is a tremendous vocalist, whose voice isn’t just sincere and nice to listen to but powerful too. Especially during the middle part the guitars pick up and intensify, as do the other instrumental components, the intensity meshes well with Addison who is also fighting with it vocally. I truly loved this song, and I have no doubts that anyone listening to it will too. 

So that’s what I thought of Addison Grace’s single ‘Party Killer’ 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 FacebookTwitter and Instagram, visit their website and of course visit their Tik Tok.

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