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AnnaMay Wows In Latest Single Grab The Moon Remix

27 Jul

Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden, Annamay  meshes soulful rock and elements of country in her music. Her song sounds like that of a bard amongst the days of the Iliad and the voices of the Sirens. An interesting fact about Annamay that makes her even more fascinating is she developed herself to become an engineer specializing in the infrastructure of the underground and urban planning. With the lyrics “no time for sorrow”, the environmental lyrics of stars and the sky, she brings an element of starry eyed dreaminess to her work. Her music is so unique, I can’t quite draw exact similarities between her and other female musicians in her genre and space. The only one that is the slightest similar to her work is Lykke Li. She carries similar breathtaking vocals and carries an element of an unknown world in her lyrics and musical arrangement as well.

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Annamay Channels Her Strong Vocal Talents In Debut Album F*CK You

18 Apr

With her debut album F*CK You releasing at the late of March 2019, listeners should have no excuse for not listening to Annamay. Memorable tracks from the album include Grab The Moon with metaphorical lyrics within the song painting visuals very vividly. “No matter what the price you pay, you’ll be true and most of all, but most of all keep your silver ring” has listeners visualize Annamay‘s lyrics into stories and personal narratives. Surf Through Life takes a lighthearted anthem approach meshing the worlds of spoken word and the sound qualities of beach rock. She takes the listener on the journey on her surfboard and connects it to the environment around her. Doing this makes the connection between an inner and outer world a reality. “Small seashells cup my feet and I’m glad I’m still here” mixes softness with strength as well. With all the whimsical qualities this album has to offer, her unique voice could be compared not only to one musical influence, but when you think of how the Sirens would sing and lure in Homer’s Odyssey, you’ll want to loop this album on repeat.

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