TRACK REVIEW: Charlotte Forman – Baby Of Mine | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Charlotte Forman’s latest single was written in honour of her friend who lost a child to stillbirth, and it’s a heart-wrenching, jazz-inspired piece – a morose tale of grief and loss. Reminiscent of Adele rhythmically, and similar vocally to Lady Gaga’s slower tracks, Baby Of Mine is a heartbreaking song that leaves you numb and hurting. Simultaneously, it reminds us of music’s purpose: to make us feel.

Accompanied by sonorous and slow piano keys that set the mood from the track’s first seconds, she describes the part of life that feels void and empty – a missing piece that’s hard to put into words. It’s a visceral track describing the all-consuming emptiness of child loss and how the grief never truly leaves you.


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