In the realm of music that resonates with the soul, there’s a hauntingly beautiful track that’s bound to capture your attention. “I Want” by Genevieve Dawson is a mesmerizing blend of folk, pop, and rock genres. Its enchanting vocals and unique structure create a compelling musical journey that progresses with a contained power and delicacy. It’s a song that paints the urgent desire for love and connection in an ever-changing world, evoking emotions you won’t soon forget.
“I Want” is a musical masterpiece that mirrors the intensity of a newfound crush, exploring the complexities of mutual desire. In it, Genevieve Dawson’s vocals are nothing short of captivating, reminiscent of artists like Aimee Mann and Feist, with guitar accompaniments that drip with both intensity and beauty. The track weaves a tale that is part storytelling, part rock anthem, keeping you hooked from start to finish. Its distinctive structure leads you through a sonic journey that builds anticipation while showcasing the power of vocals at its core.
“I Want” arrives just in time for Genevieve Dawson’s debut UK headline tour, set to take place this Autumn. With Joe Taylor on drums and her regular collaborator Callum Haynes on bass and production, this track offers a glimpse into what promises to be a spectacular live show. Her full-band performance will seamlessly blend the rich harmonies of her first album and recent EP with the pop sensibility of newer material.
About Genevieve Dawson:
Genevieve Dawson, hailing from Edinburgh and now based in London, has a unique sound that combines lyrical poeticism and vocal prowess akin to Joni Mitchell, along with an arrangement sensibility that brings to mind Laura Marling and Alice Coltrane. Her debut album, “Letters I Won’t Send,” set for release on September 25th via Hertha Records, promises to be a musical revelation. Genevieve’s talent has already made waves, with BBC Introducing Mixtape and the admiration of BBC Radio 6 Music’s Tom Robinson and Gideon Coe.