Much like the human experience, there is always a fine line between joy and melancholy. The music of Katy Davidson (aka Dear Nora) captures the balance of reverie and reflection with great ease. Here are three thoughtful songs that can really drive the complex mood of a project you're working on.
Starting off on the lighter end, "Give Me Some of Your Love" gets right to the point with straightforward + conversational lyrics. Sparse and confident, this anthem is driven by 60's-esque electric guitar and handclaps. This playfully romantic composition is short and sweet, just the like the title.
With just an acoustic guitar and minimal percussion, "Here We Come Around" presents an intimate reflection that feels relatable and personal. Diving into emotional territory, there are glimpses of hope and inspiration shimmering through with oohs & ahhs alongside confessional lyricism.
Lastly, "The Flats if Irony" rounds out the emotional spectrum of Dear Nora's music with a combination of youthful energy and matured pop-sensibilities. Bright electric guitar with strong beachy vibes is balanced with classic harmonies, all conveying something we can relate to, a human story.