BLESSED provides the goods once again with his latest track ‘Fairytale’
Compared to the rest of the world, Australian winters are like complaining about that seasoned pepper on your steak; yes, slightly spicy… but not really. Yet, year after year we go into panic as soon as the temperature drops under 20 degrees. So in light of the inevitable (and over dramatic) winter blues, your boy BLESSED is here to heat things up again with his latest track, ‘Fairytale’.
Forget chapped lips and beers too cold to sip, and say hello to summery guitar riffs and melodic dips that’ll have you feeling the summer breeze in your hair once again.
BLESSED landed some serious praise with his previous release, ‘One and Only,’ and began to show the world his ability to incorporate punchy vocals in to thick layers of catchy instrumental echoes. Both his previous releases and ‘Fairytale’ exhibit a smooth talent for rhythm and capture infectious vibes in each and every release. So, it’s no wonder we’re ecstatic with his latest release as it takes us back to a time of pure relaxation.
BLESSED has so delicately transformed a sleek alternative track into a pop-altered sing-a-long that’s bursting with happy, airy instrumentals. It’s like your favourite roadtrip track combined with your chosen tune for an afternoon beer sesh, what more could you want? The catchy AF backbeat slips in perfectly with the track’s breathable, light infusion of drums, keeping the track elevated with a liveliness that’ll put more than just a smile on your face. Optimistic, bright and still showcasing BLESSED‘s truly amazing voice, ‘Fairytale’ is exactly that.
Showcasing his charming vocals, this Sydney talent is most definitely the one to transform you into the summery, happy and warm self you once were. But, your day isn’t the only thing he’ll be brightening up, as this track has been plucked fresh off his upcoming debut project Love Letters which is sure to bring stacks more summer exuberance to the table. Safe to say we feel BLESSED with this new track and you should too, take a listen!
Words by NATALIE TURNER