We’re knocked out by Lucinda Belle’s voice, which bursts out of the speakers with a bright, high impact. In fact, we rarely hear a record that’s as perfectly rendered as her original song “Where Have All The Good Men Gone?” where Belle exudes a smart, sexy spirit that’s somewhere between Lily Allen and Amy Winehouse. The song’s singalong chorus is a real bonus, too, making this a timely addition to any #MeToo soundtrack. Belle is also adept at transforming other artist’s songs (Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and John Mayer’s “Stop This Train”) giving the songs new moods and meanings via a fresh, chamber-pop treatment that features Belle’s fingerwork on the harp.
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