DRCY is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter who splits her time between London and Liverpool, England. Not too long ago, she released a lovely neo-soul tune, entitled, “Small Talk.”
DRCY – “Small Talk” single
‘Small Talk’ tells an adorable tale about a young woman who finds herself in the early stages of a brand-new relationship with her significant other. Apparently, she spends her time getting to know her partner while discovering what’s so great about their union.
‘Small Talk’ also contains a relatable narrative, tuneful melodies, and ear-pleasing vocals inspired by Mahalia, Daniel Caesar, and Olivia Dean. The sparkling tune possesses colorful instrumentation flavored with a jazzy neo-soul vibration. Furthermore, “Small Talk” follows DRCY’s debut single, entitled, “Butterflies.”
“I don’t make the rules, I only go and break them.”
“For so long I have cared about what other people think of me. Insecurities held me back for so long, I just need to own it now. I want my music to inspire people to feel good in their own skin, to feel sexy in their own skin. And I hope that everyone who listens to my music knows that life is not as serious as you’ve been told.” – DRCY explained
DRCY creates music that touches on topics such as love, lust, and heartbreak. Her songs are raw, honest, and vulnerable, allowing listeners to connect with her on a deeper level. DRCY is inspired by R&B, soul, and jazz, and her passion for music stems from her childhood, having been raised in a family of musicians. With creativity running through her veins, there was no doubt that DRCY would follow a similar path to her parents.
“Small Talk” single
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