“Easy Peeler”, the sound labyrinth of Phoebe Green surprises us at every turn. [Review]

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Music goes through human and personal growth, changes shape as we change over time, and even that part of herself that Phoebe Green calls “a Shirley Temple from Northern England (Manchester precisely)” turns into something else song after song, changing voice and sometimes even city, as in her case.

And it is not just a matter of intercepting the differences and evolutions from “02:00 AM” to “Easy Peeler“, the latest single by Phoebe, even though is not to be underestimated a search for sounds with a better yield, but it’s mainly the way Phoebe is passionate about the more reflective side of existence, the perception and expectations of others, her independence, the bitterness one feels when one wants something and when they finally have it, that unexpected disappointment appears.

It’s her on the cover of "Dreaming Of" and still her on that of "Easy Peeler", and until Phoebe is more and more absorbed in the process of "releasing a fucking tune", as she writes on Twitter, from our listening observatory privileged we will enjoy her coming-of-age story, which has the most virtuously indie soundtrack we could imagine.

Nando Dorelassi
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