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Seeking: Publishing, Management
Style: Country, Alternative, Pop
Backed by what sounds like Nashville players, singer Farah Camille’s downtempo, melancholy ballad “Comes Back to Me” has a lot to like. Its twangy, country, heart-tugging mood is topped off by Camille’s husky/dusky voice, which has the ideal tone for this song. We only wish her vocals had been recorded and mixed with greater care. As it is, they sound very demo-quality and they drag the song down. Camille leaves the country realm entirely with “Let Me In,” whose pop/dance/electronic bloodstream is topped off by better-sounding vocals. The production really delivers for Camille on “Shadows and Illusion,” putting an effective dose of reverb on the artist’s voice, enhancing its naturally deeper, soulful qualities.