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Pamela Claire blurs genres with dreamy passion on 'End of Days'
(Published: April 02, 2020)

Pamela Claire creates music that blurs the lines between genre definitions and aesthetics. Her most recent single release, "End of Days," is a track with a truly unique flavor. On one hand, the sound has a retro charm, while on the other, it has an ethereal indie sound, which echoes the work of artists such as Beach House, and even Mac DeMarco or Glass Animals, only to mention but a few.

The production of the song is well-suited to Claire's soothing and sultry vocals. "End of Days" has a truly unmistakable vibe, almost like unearthing an old 7" from a basement - a musical treasure that feels timeless and ageless, ready for a new audience to appreciate it. There are many unique and unexpected elements making this song special. The guitar parts add rhythm as much as they do melody, while the cello solo, in the bridge of the track, is also one of the most emotionally charged moments on this beautiful cut.

Ultimately, what really makes this song special is that it consists of several different ideas that, on the surface, don't really have much in common with one another. However, the more you get into the single, the more you actually realize that everything fits perfectly like puzzle pieces forming a beautiful and intricate picture. As it goes along, a new piece of this puzzle settles in, eventually revealing the vision behind this beautiful song. This is a powerful introduction to an artist with a unique attitude and a lot to say.

I would definitely recommend listening to this music if you are a fan of artists such as Florence & The Machine or Evelyn Ida Morris, but you might also enjoy "End of Days" if you follow the work of timeless acts such as Edith Piaf.

More Information: https://facebook.com/pamelaclairemusic

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