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Keep Your Love to Yourself by Eileen Carey

 


Eileen Carey presents herself in a very professional manner. With many accolades such as achieving the AC/Hot AC Female Artist of the Year Award to Los Angeles Music Awards Live Country Music Performer in 2017, she shows no signs of slowing down. Eileen excels in the art of storytelling with a style that graces the world radiantly. Her voice stands out in the over-saturated music industry due to her accent and heavenly tone.

When first hearing the fantastic single, "Keep Your Love to Yourself", I was instantly blown away by the mixture of Pop sounds with Electro transitions while keeping the Country sound active. Although the lyrics describes confidence while being in a toxic relationship, the easy listening song can soothe the listener on an evening walk or relaxing at home. In the opening bars, Eileen elaborates with the commonly used metaphor "Light at the end of the Tunnel" depicting the lack of hope. Sometimes in life, people can be controlling and demanding but it's up to you to have the strength to say no.

Eileen moves gracefully across the instrumental with polish lyrics expressing the choices to fight for her piece at mind. I love the mixing of the instruments and the piano is inspirational while the drums bring the deepness setting the tone of survival. Eileen paints a picture very well. She brings you into the mindset and allows to you examine the feelings of a person who has enough and knows that the grass is greener on the other side.

If I have to rate this song on the scale of 1 to 10, I would give it a 7 for its awesome storytelling passionate lyrics and blissful ride.




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