Proving that the girls are really doing it for themselves, yet another talented artist has been brought to my attention: Miriam Bryant shares similarities to Duffy, The Noisettes and Paloma Faith but there’s no denying that she’s paving her own path through the music industry.
Powerful and feisty, ‘Finders Keepers’ sums up exactly what it’s like to finally be able to say you’re over somebody and that feeling of relief you’re engulfed with when you can actually say “I’m over you”: you’ll never win me over, I’m on my own side breaking waves, changing names, crashing crystal ashtrays.
It doesn’t happen often that a song can completely sum up an event such as the one mentioned above but Miriam somehow manages to capture everything that moment is about and turn it into 3 minutes of music , whilst still showcasing every single aspect of her talent.
Despite the influx of female singers queueing up to prove themselves to the radio stations, I’m convinced Miriam Bryant is bringing something fresh to the scene. It may just be because, yet again, she can pull of a nose ring better than me but I’m convinced that this has something to do with how striking her vocals are and how they fit so perfectly with the music. Not many people can say that their first released single is practically flawless (in my eyes, anyway) but everything from the instruments to the vocals astounds me.
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Written by Vicky Gottschalk
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