Love can be many things: toxic, exciting and even life-changing, to name a few. But in Holly Lovelady’s case, it was heartbreaking. Poetically inviting us into her personal journey with daring and difficult relationships on her new single “Oreanne”, Holly hauntingly opens the doors on a real-life love story, using poignant piano melodies and echoing vocals. Heavily relying on the soothing synth-led production, Holly soars over the progressively upbeat rhythm, catching the electro-pop reverbs and smooth folk-inspired undertones. Backed up by a vibrant music video, Holly uses her imagination and storytelling skills to bring the single to life, with romantic vintage filters and purple-hued lighting.
Known to take influence from the likes of Adele, Fleetwood Mac and Birdy, the singer has continued to daringly explore her emotions in her music, consistently raising the bar each time. From her latest compelling performance at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall to support from BBC Radio, Lovelady has been keeping herself busy this past year, and is set to continue with a string of upcoming performances.
Check out the single and video below now..