I’m just going to come right out and say it – there’s something rather special about Kaysha Louvain. Based in South Wales, the retro-pop/country artist has just released an incredible new single entitled ‘Nobody Does It Like Me’. A stunning piano gets the tune underway and before you know it, you’ve been wrapped up in the warmth of shimmering guitars and deep, piercing drum beats. As Louvain makes her vocal entrance, your ears begin to perk up even more. Affectionate, sincere, powerful, passionate… I could go on and on. It truly is a remarkable vocal performance. ‘Nobody Does It Like Me’ shows a musician who truly wears her heart on her sleeve, as Louvain pulls out all the stops and holds absolutely nothing back. Her sound has been compared to artists like Stevie Nicks, Chrissie Hynde and Sheryl Crow. Not bad company if you ask me!
‘Nobody Does It Like Me’ is, hands down, one of the tracks of the year. Thank you Kaysha!INDIE TOP 39
What does the song mean to you?
‘Nobody Does It Like Me’ leans on past experiences of feeling like you’re not good enough for someone. It’s a song to give you the strength to believe in yourself – that you are good enough. A power ballad of sorts.
Which Netflix series or movie would you like your music to be featured in?
The Netflix show I would’ve loved this song to feature on would’ve been ‘Atypical’. It’s a show that celebrates people’s uniqueness and doesn’t put people into a box. I like to think my music doesn’t fit into a box. It lends itself to many different ears, whether you’re a fan of Americana, country, pop or indie.
What do you want to achieve in the next 12 months with your music?
In the next 12 months I would’ve released the upcoming album and hopefully have toured it too. I’ve just recently signed with SWND Records and things are looking up!
Music to me is everything. I live and breath music. I’m either writing, recording or performing. It’s what I want to do for the rest of my life.
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