In a saturated music market, it’s getting harder and harder to stand out. But Worcestershire based singer-songwriter Redwood is bringing a fresh and original sound to the scene. Her new single ‘The Radio’ showcases her rich, husky vocal tone alongside electric guitar riffs and emphatic drums. The melodies are enchanting and vivacious, uplifting the raw melancholy that the lyrics portray. This soulful indie groove combines emotional depth with dynamism, making for an irresistible track.
Speaking of the release, Redwood said: “‘The Radio’ is an upbeat pop song about feeling down! It’s a song about wanting to drown out my negative thoughts by turning the music up on my radio. When I originally wrote it, it started off as a slower song, but then I started playing around with a couple of the notes in the chords on guitar and it sounded so much better in a more upbeat tempo! I got to record this song at Rockfield Studios in South Wales, which was such an amazing experience as the studios have a huge amount of history with other musicians and artists creating music there.”
Redwood has been making a name for herself over the past few years, with regular performances around the West Midlands circuit and radio play from BBC6 Music and BBC Introducing Hereford & Worcester. In recent times, she’s been offering a virtual version of her tour in support of charitable causes, including The NHS and Save Our Venues. Her magnetic musicality is being recognised on both a regional and national level, and we are sure that demand for Redwood’s unique sound will only continue to flourish.