Kelsey’s Prime Slices of the Week (10/20-10/26): Louise Burns, Sonofdov

Louise Burns – “Cry” [single] – indie pop

Despite what the title suggests, Louise Burns’ latest single “Cry” will put a smile on your face. Burns’ latest single is such an upbeat, eclectic indie bop – it’s a great listen. Featuring several, “Cry” reminisces on past eras with a contemporary twist. Burns’ clear voice is the centerpiece of the song, and all of the other tracks support her lyrics and melodies wonderfully. Featuring 80’s-style synths, a classic drum groove, and a tasteful electric guitar, this song has something for everyone. It’s a fun listen, and you’ll hit replay the second the music stops. Check out “Cry” below!

Sonofdov – “Towers” [single] – singer-songwriter

Sonofdov’s release “Towers” is a simple and peaceful indie folk dream. Sonofdov’s Warm acoustic guitar and pure ambient vocals create a relaxing and welcoming sound, while his lyrics paint a picture. The track’s tambourine is the perfect touch, because it makes the song sound even friendlier. Overall, “Towers” is such a content and beautiful song, and it’s the perfect soundtrack for Fall. I, for one, will be counting down the days to Sonofdov’s next release. Be sure to give “Towers” a listen!