TRACK REVIEW: Frankie Jobling – Changes | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Frankie Jobling’s sultry vocals are a welcome pairing with the almost jazzy, minimal drums and subby bass that opens the track. Changes is a well-structured song which straddles the fine line between neo-soul and R&B, pared back in places to let the artist’s warm tones shine through, and nicely rounded with well-placed backing vocals, smooth piano lines and soulful guitar grooves which ebb and flow.

Declaring “I’ve got to get away, from all these expectations on me now”, the track speaks of both the angst and empowerment of the artist’s journey into womanhood. Frankie’s output to date has been highly praised, and considering the clear trajectory she’s on, that’s unlikely to change (if you’ll excuse the pun) with this masterful track.

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