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Woman Crush Wednesday Featuring:

talker ” Horror Film “

Horror Films is the title track off of talker’s debut EP of the same name. The single deals with the moment you are ready to move past the small talk and drag your person down over the edge with you. It is dark and moody and Celeste Tauchar’s vocals are haunting and soulful.

Daisy Clark ” I Don’t Look Like Her “

Cornwall’s Daisy Clark is singer/songwriter who performs original acoustic indie/pop music, got her start on Youtube, where she amassed thousands of fans. I Don’t Look Like Her is her new single and one of the original songs she will be releasing this year. The song, written when Daisy was going through a difficult relationship and self-confidence issues, is completely stripped back, with just piano accompanying Daisy’s emotive, raw and personal lyrics.

Baker Grace ” Numb “

 Discovered by Scott Harris (Chainsmokers and Shawn Mendes) when she was only 14, Baker Grace has spent her teenage years turning the typical angst we all have into music. New single Numb, is an upbeat pop tune that is about ” putting your own well being over egotistical drama.” The single is taken from upcoming EP Girl I Know, a concept EP in which each of the five songs corresponds to the five days of the week, each having a different mindset and mood. Numb happens to be Tuesday.

Bulow ” Sweet Little Lies “

 German-born pop singer bülow released the official music video for her new single “Sweet Little Lies” via Republic Records / Wax Records/ Universal Music Canada. The video was shot on location in Orangeville Ontario whose rural setting provided an element of intrigue and mystery to the catchy track that dropped earlier. Commenting on the vision she had for the video bülow remarked, “The song is light but has dark undertones. I wanted to show the contrast of your mind. Your imagination is so damn powerful, it can make you feel so good…but also be your worst enemy.”

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