WE REVIEW THE NEW EP FROM JEN DIXON – LESS THAN A FEELING
Following a string of admirable accomplishments – from being praised by multiple radio personalities, to featuring in the Daily Star’s Rising Stars Top 50 – Jen Dixon emerges from the scene with her debut EP ‘Less Than a Feeling.’
Dixon takes us on an emotive ride through 5 indie-pop anthems, rooted in autobiographical lyricism with a deeply personal touch. The title track, ‘Less Than a Feeling,’ leads with a catchy distorted guitar riff that runs below an earworm of a melody.
When the chorus breaks, Dixon’s vocals hit in full force as she illustrates some seriously relatable turmoil.
It’s heartbreak in a well-crafted form that anyone can empathise with.
Other songs paint a brighter picture, like ‘Over You,’ a soaring number embellished with optimistic lyrical tropes and stunningly scattered harmonies.
As a whole, this EP is a holistic portrayal of the emotions experienced throughout life’s pivotal moments. And much like these feelings, Dixon’s songs will remain with you for a long time, acting as memories like pages in a diary, or photographs of cherished times.
‘Less Than a Feeling’ is out now and will cement Jen Dixon as one of the UK’s most exciting independent acts. You can catch her in July touring the north of England, in support of Reverend and the Makers.