Off The Record – ALBUM FOCUS – Outlier, Emily Wolfe

Have you ever wanted To listen to a new band or musician and not sure where to start? Well, instead of listening to their commercial music, why not start with something off the album first!  Today we look at the brand new album by Emily Wolfe l that was released yesterday – Outlier

Cover of Virtue

This track starts with this guitar melody that then hits into this really heavy, dirty and raw electronic guitar beat that you are not expecting, This is a track that has a toe tapping beat and is really easy to like. It is a track that sort of combines rock with indie very well, the drum beat is heavy and very catchy. The vocals of Emily make this song very unique and a track you know would be very fun to listen to live.

Something Better

This track is a great listen and when you hear it, the song automatically feels like it belongs on the soundtrack for a television show or film as it emphasises the many emotions and has this really interesting composition of sound. The lyrics are beautifully written and help to create this song that is hard to stop listening to, it is a track that is 4 minutes of bliss. There are some really interesting guitar solos throughout that really allow you to experience just how good Emily is at the instrument.

Damage Control

This song has a really fun intro that feels bouncy and has electronic tones which creates this really fun element to the album. The song really feels like it has essences of acts like Blondie to it with its sassy electronic throughout which makes it extra fun to listen to. This song is very catchy and once you listen to it you will get it stuck in your head.

Death Row Kiss

A song with such a dark title you are not sure what to expect but the raw beat and electric echoes on the vocals make it a track that you actually are excited to listen to as it is very unique. It again merges the styles of electronic and indie alt with rock and it creates this really unique sound. Whilst the bass is harder then other tracks on the album it is a great penultimate track and has a lot of elements to enjoy.

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