EMELINE’s “Angel” is a pop track that pulls bits of Fiona Apple, Taylor Swift, and Megan Trainor. Breaking free from the numerous female performers out now, EMELINE is able to both tell a cogent narrative as well as further the over harmony of the instrumentation. Nods to rock and R&B are interspersed through Angel, making for a musically distinct effort that stands out boldly from the pack. The production on Angel is smart, making EMELINE’s vocals as well as the rest of the instrumentation able to contribute as single units as well as a cohesive effort.

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