Bonnie To Your Clyde
Growing up in a family home that often enjoyed the sounds of The Police and Pink Floyd gave Laurel a great taste in music. Since this early time, she's learned her trade and has begun making her own modern sounds. She wrote her first song at aged twelve, and now she's sixteen there's a whole EP of fresh material waiting in the wings. Mortals EP stands ready to burst onto the scene, and her single Bonnie To Your Clyde is out now.
With moody synthesiser and the sound of a police car, the music opens with a journeying vocal. Laurel Smith begins to sing. Her voice reaches into the high notes with athletic quality while her groovy and smooth pace fits snugly in the percussion. The song is about losing love, the risk of becoming dependent on another person to complete us. It's perhaps something we want because other people seem happy, like the final chapter of everyone's book, our psychology wants us to find someone to devote to. Bonnie To Your Clyde reminds us that life is never so simple.
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