From their EP “All The Things I’ve Never Said” (2018):
Soaking catchy indie-pop in contemporary electronic effects, this is the new single by duo Great Good Fine OK:
Born as Charlene Kaye, this songstress and musician spent her childhood all over the world, from Hawaii to Hong Kong, from Singapore to America. She surrounded herself with the old soul records of her parents and 90s grunge on the radio. Having played bass and guitar in several cover bands, she joined San Fermin as lead vocalist in 2014. She released her solo debut EP “Honey” in 2016.
Returning after a two year solo hiatus, her new single is a powerful mix of R&B and indie-pop. Kicking off with a rich resounding bass line, this musical present unwraps itself with a bouncy rhythm, glistening synths and an infectious R&B vibe. And with her charismatic powerhouse vocals, with a flirtatious edge, putting the bow on top, this is a potent slice of modern musicality you want to keep close.
Born in Wisconsin, this stirring singer and songwriter honed her craft at Chicago’s Columbia College. Lyrically telling stories about the human condition and its vulnerabilities, she shows a passion for poignant themes. Influenced by the likes of Amel Larrieux and Lauryn Hill, she blends touches of pop, jazz, and neo-soul. Now New York-based, she debuted with her EP “Pass It On” in 2012.
Dipping a jazzy vibe into a refreshing bath of 90s R&B, her new single is as soothing as it is captivating. The multi-layered virtuosity of a mellow beat, silky guitars and sweet synths creates an ear-stroking dreamscape in which it is easy to get lost, while the smooth harmonies and her velveteen vocals envelop every tasty note with a seductive warmth, a natural closeness and pure charisma.