WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM DAISY GILL – NOTHING OUT OF ME
Unsigned, Liverpool based singer-songwriter Daisy Gill, has returned with her new single ‘Nothing Out Of Me’. This tracks follows on from her earlier 2021 release ‘Flying High’ which saw a change in sound for Daisy, as she began to show her fearless attitude on more personal topics – with this release proving she is not slowing.
Playful pianos and a charging trap rhythm provide the backbone for the feisty, assertive lyricism daisy delivers, focused on her experience of misogyny in the music business – a topic she covers confidently, although lacking imagination with her writing.
As the track progresses, It becomes clear that Daisy is leaning quite heavily on her contemporary’s with obvious sonic influences of Anne Marie, and an independence reminisant of Taylor Swift.
As I hit the mid-point, the track began to cry out for some variation as the piano grew tiresome and bland. The final chorus however brings this, with its explosive entrance, ethereal synths, and Daisy showing her vocal prowess as she turns it up another gear.
‘Nothing Out Of Me’ shows maturity and strength as Daisy fights discrimination being a strong, confident and intelligent women – Although the production lacks interest at times it’s one of her most direct releases to date.
Daisy Gill adds this to her diverse discography she boasts and looks set to propel herself into the spotlight with her signature piano-driven pop.