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Holly Elle - 'Lifeline' single review

By Patricia Streeter,
Author Rating: 
4.0 Stars - Very Good

For many decades, Canadian Artists have made their way to the U.S., including recent artists like Avril Lavigne, Justin Bieber, and Drake. Hopefully, Holly Elle, native of Calgary, Alberta, will be as successful as her predecessors. The unsigned artist's "Lifeline" was released on Friday, May 15.

“Lifeline” starts off with the bass simulating a heartbeat. As the song hits the chorus, the electronic beat crescendos. In the lyrics, she is confessing how much she depends on this person. This can be a dangerous thing. That’s what makes love so risky.

Overall, the song is for lovers. Anyone that cares about someone romantically would enjoy this song.

Before the release of her recent single, “Lifeline," she released three mix tapes that are available on iTunes. Those mix tapes are The EP (2010), Infinitude (2012), and Leopardess (2013).

As you can see, this Nashville, Tennessee resident is keeping herself busy. All of this work is not easy for independent artist. You have to respect her drive.

"Lifeline" is available on iTunes and Amazon. You can connect with Elle on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

 
 

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