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The extent to which you enjoy Charlotte Grayson’s new single will probably be determined within the first two seconds of the song. If you can tolerate the twee “doo-doo-doo” refrain which opens the track, you’ll likely be able to enjoy the winsome folk pop which follows.

Coffee details a text-based break-up which causes a bout of insomnia forever associated with the caffeinated beverage. The song is relentlessly bright and melodic, to the extent that even if it’s on the borderline of irritating you (as it is for me), you still find yourself being swept along. It helps that the song doesn’t overstay its welcome – it’s a blast of wholesome acoustic pop which is hard to hold a grudge against.

Released: 12.02.21

Charlotte Grayson · Coffee

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