Lizzie Esau – Shade Of Green

Lizzie Esau’s musical inspiration comes from a variety of artists, including Amy Winehouse, London Grammar, Imogen Heap and Biffy Clyro. No wonder her own music is a melting pot of styles and genres as well. Her new single Shade Of Green is a guitar-based track with a groovy bass line and layered vocals. It has a real band feel and sounds as if it was recorded live. This song will go down well during her upcoming tour.

Esau says about the track: β€œShade Of Green was written at the end of summer of 2021, when I was seeing so many people I love – and myself – comparing everything we do and are to other people, and constantly feeling not good enough. It’s about jealousy turning you bitter and hateful to the point where your view is so warped, and you begin to turn against each other rather than the society and the media that has created these conventions. More than anything I wanted the message of this song to be not to compare yourself, drag each other down or hate, but to try to find ways to feel good enough and accept who you are.”

Recommended as well:
Lizzie Esau – Bitter Weather

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