Hayden Everett – Loud (Review)

Hayden Everett is an indie-pop songwriter currently residing in LA. Returning with his latest adventure, ‘Loud’ is available to stream everywhere and is one of those tracks that you won’t be able to get enough of. Taken off his debut self titled EP, due out September 6th, the track (alongside the rest of the EP) was produced by Jeremy McDonald (Beyonce, Vulfpeck, Kevin Garrett), Jessie Singer and Chris Sopher (Jay Z, BØRNS, Allen Stone). Dealing with the topic of ‘love’, it’s just like valentines day has come early with this lovely gift.

As an ode to dealing with doubt and questions, the song tells a tale how love can cure wounds. Blessing the atmosphere with the indie folk nature, the luscious soundscape that Hayden’s created, with the help of the producers too, is truly warning. Nostalgic and proving that love is everywhere, ‘Loud’ provides a warm blanket that clearly states that in hard times, love will always be there. Wherever it’s in your family, loved ones or strangers on the streets, it’s everywhere you go and can’t be ignored. With ‘Loud’, it’s core is simply human and that’s what I love about it so much. A minimalistic approach to what is the toughest obstacle any human endeavours, the track is simply a puzzle that’s found it’s pieces. 

Score: 4/5

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