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“The pop / folk sound is of the ilk of bands like Of Monsters of Men and The Lumineers. It’s refreshing to hear a solo female vocalist’s take on this style, and it makes for a beautiful listen. The Orlando native has a pure voice and a ton of potential. The song opens up with a slow verse, which seems to get stronger as it progresses. That leads to the highlight of the song: the showstopping chorus. The “Woah-ohh-ohh-ohh-ohhhs” and “Ooo-ooo-ooo-oooos” in the background make the hook highly catchy. The song has an interesting story. It’s about telling a lover to stop being so overbearing. If the narrator has some breathing room, the two will eventually be together. Bouchard does an excellent job of being succinct, conveying a message over two short verses and a chorus. The feel-good track is relatable, aurally pleasing, and has hit potential.”
“The Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter echoes Norah Jones and Colbie Caillat, but she's got her own je ne sais quoi that's utterly transfixing. Boasting a cinematic perspective, she can capture heartache, or she can make you fall in love. That dichotomy is the mark of true talent. Her six-song debut EP Addicted to Heartbreak illuminates the genesis of a more than promising career for her. She's bound for very big things…”
“check out the westernkick.com and listen to my podcast interview :)”
“who's your Crush of the Day?”
“finally ready to make her debut”