Kensington Moore – Slow (Review)

Kentucky songwriter Kensington Moore returns with the beautiful single and music video “Slow”. Written and produced with producer Corey Britz (Bush, Dave Stewart, Atlas Genius) and engineer Travis Ference (Skylar Grey, The Night Game), it’s fair to say that Kensington has a strong team behind her. “Slow” will be featured on her debut EP out later this year. Telling the tale about unrequited love and how it affects anyone, it showcases the slow process of heartbreak.

Yearning for that old love, the track is one of many that Kensington has wrote about the same person. Stating that time has never been in her favour, you can feel her pain throughout the number. Pouring with honesty and purity, the songwriter may have gone through a hard time, but she wrote such a beautifully crafted track from the experience. Always making a negative into a positive, the arrangement features a simplicity approach with an average chord progression. It’s the lyrics and vocal melody that brings it all together. It’s like an Ed Sheeran masterpiece with Kensington’s own originality. A desirable pop number that will have you falling head over heels. 

Score: 3/5


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