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Music: Nia Andrews – No Place Is Safe

No Place Is Safe is the debut album from singer and overall super talented musician Nia Andrews. She has been on my radar for a whole now, and I was super excited to find out that she would be releasing a brand new album. Her aesthetic and aura is stunning and often spiritual, as her voice carries weight over soulful, textured production.

Tracks like “Linger” sees her sing beautifully and with so much soul over basslines, angelic chords and keys that add grandiosity and a poignant tone. “Cleo and the King,” is a gorgeous track which feels soothing and soulful, with textured synth and key heavy production that provides us with so much passion. Lyrically she touches on strong themes of love, isolation, identity and battling through hardships. You can sense that from the pain and emotion in her voice as she explores those themes beautifully. “Seems So” features more upbeat drums and playful keys, which give it a lighter tone than a lot of the other records on this album. Her stellar vocals and textured production throughout the project that make it a truly memorable listening experience, and I only hope she continues releasing music as good as this.

Listen to Nia Andrews’ debut album No Place Is Safe below via Bandcamp, and don’t forget to support!

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