TRACK REVIEW: Isabel Maria – Addicted | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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With a catchy pop sound akin to Olivia Rodrigo, Lorde or Taylor Swift, Isabel Maria’s new song breezes in jauntily. It’s a stealthy move providing a bright, fresh sound alongside the lyrics focussing on the naivety and ultimate toxicity of a one-sided relationship. The songwriting, aided by production from South Shields’ Harbourmaster, is succinct and Isabel Maria’s voice sparkles as she narrates her cautionary tale.

Caustic at times, and self-deprecating, the song chastises both parties for the way things have gone with wit and honesty, before finally freeing themselves from that situation. The singer promises this song is part of a series of tracks due out that continue the story which is a great hook for those invested in the protagonist’s next moves.


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