It’s hard to ignore such a cute melody. Right from the get-go. Camille Priest delivers a very compelling track. From instrumentals to vocal delivery via songwriting, It’s a soft song you’d want to play in a bustling environment, with hot temperatures and the green surroundings of a fully bloomed park. It evokes Spring flashbacks and light memories of childhood. Priest dabbles in electronic indie-pop by blending rich synth sounds with tightly knit percussions layers topped by brilliant bass grooves. Best described as glittery shoegazesque Passion Pit. Priest hits a home-run with “Lost Lions”. Check it out below:[separator type=”thick”]
Hi, I’m Ben (or Sodwee if you prefer), the owner of this veteran music blog. I was born in 1985 and raised in Paris, France. It's still my hometown by the way. I’m bilingual in English and French. I'm always on the hunt for that new sound. I have amassed a substantial amount of music over the years. My library reflects my eclecticism. I've traveled and lived abroad a fair bit and an avid consumer of culture, from movies, to live concerts.
Good evening all, we’ve just come back from a gig and tracks keep pouring in. It’s Tuesday after all. Latest…
April 22, 2015
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