goth girl summer, by “Georgi”, is a blissfully organic and emotional piece of music and writing – poetically and thoughtfully written, composed in a manner that consistently reflects the current sentiment or idea touched upon lyrically, and always overflowing with genuine passion as the vocalist presents each and every moment of melody.
“goth girl summer” emerges quite slowly, setting a peaceful ambiance, laying bare the artist’s leading voice in a soft and subtle way, bringing a touch of emotion and realness to the stage before the energy and speed of what follows comes into play. As the rest of the song begins to come through, the melody has something of an alt-pop style, though as is often the case with Georgi’s vocal performances – there’s something incredibly unique about the sound. Her voice switches between the highs and the lows in a manner that’s pretty unusual. It has a stop-and-start nature to it, as opposed to presenting something that refuses to pause and insists on being heard within every single millisecond – as is sometimes the case with pop vocalists.
Musically the track is beautiful, beginning with the simplicity of a riff, a mellow beat, and a smooth and mesmerizing leading vocal performance. It soon unfolds to reveal something of an alt or pop sound, reminiscent in a way of bands and artists from the late nineties – the free-flowing, effortless vocal style, the calmness soaked in feeling. As leading vocals go, the sound is undeniably pure and real – the song comes from a place of experience and consideration, and this you can tell.
Georgi’s feature on the track offers an alternative perspective, and a change in character – the vibe is maintained and both vocalists work well within this musical setting. The song’s hook is the key thing to take away from the piece – the melody, the slow delivery of the words; one by one, directing this call for help, this desperation, straight into your heart. The honesty is intense, but the music is so smooth and mellow; the contrast is powerful. If at first, it seems easy to listen to, simply enjoyable, the depth of the lyricism and the subtle emotion in the leading artist’s voice soon call for you to relate far more profoundly with the song. Depth isn’t all that common in modern music, so when you find it, it’s well worth tuning in. Just Will has something fresh to offer.