Ebony Buckle – Susan (Review)

London based singer-songwriter Ebony Buckle hails from the seaside town of Townsville, Australia and was encouraged into the entertainment industry by her parents. Taking listeners on a journey of leftfield-pop in “Susan“, her complex harmonies and imaginative storytelling draws you in with each listen. Buckle sings about topics covering everything from romance and broken hearts to mermaids, lonely whales and alien invasion. Covering every aspect of story telling, the songwriter realised that the only way to be in true control of her own creativity was to start her journey as a solo artist. 

Following the release of her debut single “The Mermaids Said No!”, the songstress returns with the follow-up single “Susan”. The track is dedicated to her imaginary best friend and alter-ego ‘Susan the Raptor’. There’s elements of whimsy folk, with pop melodies and infectious lyrics in this number. Eccentric but keeping it honest to say the least, this songwriter bursts at the seams with vibrancy and charm.  Buckle reveals, “Susan was born one night after too much prosecco and the name just stuck. She is the carefree, risk-taking and sometimes reckless side of me. I think we are all made up of many different personalities and I just decided to name one of mine! Mostly we wanted to make a really joyful track that would make people smile”. 

Score: 3.5/5

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