TRACK REVIEW: Elizabeth Liddle – Lonely | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Elizabeth Liddle’s voice joins her piano with a womanly swagger and steers this track in a different direction to what you might have expected. The R ‘n’ B notes which drift and dip through this impressive debut caught me off guard every time, like a pleasurable finish on a drink I was already enjoying.

She brings you right up to the piano in the masterful way artists like Adele can, telling you her life stories like it’s just the two of you in the room, in a voice that’s both crisp and rich, glinting like your best gold jewellery or the honey-coloured tipple you can afford on payday. Already sounding like she has been doing this for a decade, this is one singer-songwriter to watch out for.

 

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