Wednesday, 19 April 2017
Roslyn Moore - Hazy - Album Review
Roslyn Moore is a singer with a laid-back approach to her songs in her debut album Hazy.
The music that gets you bouncy is the single The Burbs, which is about love by using alternatives to paint you the picture you start to imagine in your mind, while listening to this starting song on the album.
It this a statement Pretty Girls and Gin? Could it be this easy? Better not let the male-race know this cheap trick!
Seems like a lot of smoke was produced to write this song Hazy, with a touch of spacious music to project the mood.
A clever plot in the album is Lost Girl, because afterwards you then get the sense of a troubled young woman hereinafter.
The album overall is described as a desert opera and when you listen to Motel 6 apart from the references of 'getting high' you feel you are away and apart from inner-city civilisation.
When Roslyn Moore sings Red Roses you get the message of a woman wanting her man of choice to treat her badass, though the music traps you into a sense of tranquility and you get slightly confused of thinking this young woman enjoys pain and blood that is the reference of 'liking read roses!'
This trampled sounding track Drama Queen turns Red Roses on its head as the woman in the lyrics feels let-down but this badass boyfriend at being labelled a 'drama queen', which isn't uncommon for men as it's a last ditch frustration button.
This leads to the next few songs of ending it all in the torturous sung Suicide Note and the result of such self-inflicted action in The End.
Does this mean this track Malibu is heaven? Maybe your choice if you wish.
The last song is Shampoo and this could indicate the washing away of all of the dirt, blood and bodily fluid of destruction sung about in these songs on this album.
Hazy is available at iTunes.