Claire Reneé: Wings (self-released, 2021)

April 26, 2021 at 8:33 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Claire Reneé: Wings

Heartfelt, lovingly crafted neo-soul with lush live instrumentation and gorgeous multi-tracked self-harmonies. Opener “Honey” is a really enticing, inviting song thanking a potential lover for showing genuine interest in her. “Sirens” is more sultry, demanding your instant attention and legs around her waist. “Check On Yo Friends” is more acoustic guitar-based and a bit more hip-hop-influenced with its beats and cadences. “I’m Tired” lets off some steam without getting aggressive. “Just Hold On” is more creative, especially the way the rhythm switches up later on. “Wings” is a bit more intricate and bossa nova-shaded, and it has the most uplifting lyrics on the entire album.

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