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Jayla Kai – ‘Epitome’ EP review: Direct vignettes of Woodstock life

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“I don’t feel like a child / I’m rid of something now”, Jayla Kayne sings in “Paperread,” each word whistling as if she were sharing her personal epiphany with the world. It’s one of those very serious, emotionally-charged moments in the 18-year-old’s “Epitom” debut, at least for this young artist, the passage of youth is a battle of eternal pain and confusion. His observation songs are an attempt to slow down and understand the urgency.

There is universality in the lyrics to these five tracks, which deny that Jayla sings about specific moments in her teens. Throughout his time, he explores shattered memories of growing up in Woodstock, New York, as a teenager trying to find his place in groups living in the music industry at home; Four TetFor example, he lives on the road and has become a kind of teacher. He started writing songs for this five-track EP when he was 13, and finally wrapped things up earlier this year, a collection that sincerely reflects his past and present, perhaps because of his o. ‘can be defined by a cliff. one day the world.

Jayla excels at turning her worries into raw and fascinating stories that will tear your heart apart at the speed of a comet. In “I Can’t Lie,” she portrays a younger version of her grief after undergoing emotional labor at her first age. At the same time, Old Town explores the contradictions of opportunity and claustrophobia that allow rumors and judgments to spread quickly, living in an interconnected society. “Don’t be afraid to be like your parents, leave this old city » he repeats with a gentle sigh from his head. “All the kids are trying to get out.”

All of these sensations are conveyed through clear tones, indifferent vocals, and warm and delicate guitar strings that are broken through the rising lens after being broken. The huge, humming “apple tree” stems from its emo singalong and cheerful, eye-popping verses with a zero-sum attitude from the “Persecution in Guevara” era. Liz Fair is a vibrant, thunderous sub-rock anthem for a new generation. Jayla’s passion for a larger and meatest discovery points to promising potential.

“The world of black holes made me feel big and small,” he said. – When the voice of the jail is weak and anthropology begins. Like the other beautiful and frankly “Epitomies,” one can see in the song how he reflects on how quickly his life has changed, but his triumphant chorus is proof that fear doesn’t stop him from doing what he wants.

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  • Release date: July 16
  • Tag: Everyone’s music



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