Music: Hope Tala – Sensitive Soul

Hope Tala is an young and incredibly talented London-based artist making waves with her soothing, angelic vocals. Her new release is titled Sensitive Soul, a 6-track EP highlighting her talents as a singer and songwriter.

The project is guitar-driven and folk inspired, as the melodies are playful and beautifully textured. “Anywhere” starts the album off with an amazing guitar lead and a vocal performance, talking about freedom and love. The infectious rhythm on the second track “Jealous” is equally gorgeous and soulful as the first. The beat on “Sunburn” is brilliant, as it brings a more dynamic tone to the project. “D.T.M” features 808s and a lovely melody, as with “Lovestained.” “Sentir” ends the album with a spoken piece about understanding sensitivity from the perspective of different women. It’s an introspective end to a reflective album, one which I really enjoyed a lot on first listen.

Listen to Hope Tala’s new project Sensitive Soul below via Spotify and don’t forget to support! Released via Globe Town Records.

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