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Savanna By Resurrection Fern Intertwines Emotions & Reflecting On Real Life Experience In Her Latest Single

9 Oct

Resurrection Fern not only is making herself stand out with her powerful musicianship, but also the platform she is sharing her music on as well. Recently partnering up with the company Twitch, she redefines what it means to be a musician in the 21st century. The idea of building a community and pairing up with a performer is becoming more popular as well. Ringing in the impressive statistic of being in the top 1.2% of top content creators on a community of 2.2 million streamers, Resurrection Fern is not any where close to stopping on her quest to spread her music. With lyrics such as “ you left me there stranded at sea, with nothing but a rosary” visually paints a story throughout the song. The song waves back and forth between reflective and reciting a painful memory. Resurrection Fern will wow those who listen to her smooth and hypnotizing voice as they listen to this song through their room. If one were to compare what her voice sounds like or who would even fall under the same category, one should connect the dots between June Carter Cash, Crystal Gale, and Amy Millan. 

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Lola De Hanna Delivers Reflective, Yet Blend of Soft Sound Within Welcome

6 Aug

When listeners first take a listen to Lola De Hanna, they will first and foremost pickup on the reflective, yet poignant nature of her music. Drawing similarities from female vocalists like Amy Lee from Evanescence and Natalie Imbruglia, Lola’s vocal talent doesn’t fall short of great. Overall, the album touches on the thoughts of dreams, angst, and heartbreak. Hailing from the sound as well that 90s rock has, the lyrics of her album stay with those who listen. “There are other ways around this, we can make it work” are just a few bits and pieces of her deep and meaningful lyrics within the Welcome album. For those wanting an audio flashback of the greatness of the 90s in present day, be prepared to play Lola De Hanna on repeat.

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