Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Bailey Tomkinson. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify I was impressed by her music.
I was struck by the artistic maturity of Bailey Tomkinson. A very young girl who already looks like a mainstream artist.
Her vocal timbre is beautiful and solid, enviable voice control and an interpretation capable of speaking directly to the heart and soul of the listener.
‘Can’t Lose’ is a great rock/pop ballad. Honestly, I have not found flaws in terms of production, performance… everything makes me think of being in front of a new star.
An artist with clear ideas on how to propose her music to the masses and who is surely ahead of the competition. It is very difficult to find young artists who present themselves to the world so professionally.
Her music thrilled me because it is sincere and honest.
I suggest everyone go and listen to Bailey Tomkinson and keep her under the radar because this artist has a bright future ahead of her.
Can’t Lose is Bailey Tomkinson’s Single Out Now!
Mature and Sweet!
St. Ives-based singer and songwriter Bailey Tomkinson has already been likened to pop royalty Taylor Swift with her versatile alt-folk sounds. Now, returning with wisdom and lyrical intrigue, she’s ready to share what she’s been working on over the past year with the release of her new single “Can’t Lose” from the upcoming EP “California Fire”.
Rooted in sepia-toned americana, the new single’s guitar plucks and sleek instrumentation cushions its listeners with a blanket of warmth. Underscored with her soft vocals, which emit a maturity from an artist with bold ambitions, the single’s driving rhythms and glowing sax addition from Michael Underwood (Rex Orange County), entices you into the hazy world of Bailey’s intimate yet expressive folk sounds.
Emitting a soothing glow with its delicate piano keys and carried by Bailey’s captivating tones, “Can’t Lose” fuses indie-folk notes with honeyed melodies to produce a thrill of guitar-rich sounds. Mixed by John Cornfield (Oasis, Muse), the track’s emotional weighting lies with its euphonious soaring hooks and urgent choruses.