Lilith ‘Deep Water’ (2018) Single Review

At the age of eleven Lilith started writing songs and entering singing competitions where she gradually discovered her own unique style of writing songs about not fitting in and being yourself. Since then, she has gone on to record her new single Deep Water at Charthouse Music Studios in London, where the likes of Sam Smith and Pixie Lott have recorded in the past, and performed at one of their recent showcases too.  In addition to this, she also picked up a highly commended certificate at the 2017 UK Songwriting Competition.– Rob Saunders (Deuce Music)

Lilith’s latest single ‘Deep Water’ is a folk-infused ballad that is much more than any ballad before. With Lilith’s undeniable star power and beautifully poetic writing style, ‘Deep Water’ is more of an ode to love (from Lilith herself) in a track that should not be missed or be passed on.

As she laments about love and relationships amongst the backdrop of ‘city lights and fast cars’. It is really here that we begin to witness Lilith’s own capabilities as a haunting folk singer with a beautiful raspiness to her voice. For a young artist (such as Lilith), ‘Deep Water’ is beautifully raw and atmospheric.

With an interesting arrangement and subtle background noises, ‘Deep Water’ lets one immerse themselves in Lilith’s own vocals, whilst keeping them on their toes as she guides one through a narrative filled with excitement, love, loyalty and more. It is Lilith’s own storybook unfolding, with perfect execution and sheer potential.

Rating: *****

Overall ‘Deep Water’ makes Lilith one to watch, as she commands the track in a haunting arrangement filled with exuberant energy and vocal prowess. A unique love anthem for the masses, ‘Deep Water’ will have you pressing the repeat button certainly more than once. 

Further details on Lilith and her new single can be found on her website  

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