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Jahnah Camille // I tried freeze light, but only remember a girl TAPE

Jahnah Camille // I tried freeze light, but only remember a girl TAPE

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This cassette was released in May 19 by Alabama, USA's 2024-year-old indie pop artist Jahnah Camille through the country's indie label Winspear.

Contains five refreshing indie guitar pop songs.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Winspear releases available at Tobira.

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Cassette in norelco case. 

tracklist:

1. flesh 03:24
2. roadkill 02:56
3. elliot 03:37
4. Paper doll 02:41
5. carnival sounds 04:20

Winspear:

"Jahnah Camille's songs capture the rollercoaster of teenage angst, heartbreak and introspection over a well-made bed of driving guitars and catchy, compact melodies. A five-track EP infused with anxiety and grit, 'I tried to freeze light, but only remember a girl,' is a shining introductory project smoothed over by Camille's sugar-sweet voice and cutting lyrics.

Much of the EP's songs were written and recorded while Camille was still in high school, taking trips back and forth from Atlanta to record. In the following days, Camille dug into the local DIY scene, steadily gaining an impressive resume of opening slots as she cuts her teeth supporting acts like Clairo, Soccer Mommy, Cryogeyser and Wednesday as they came through town.

Now 19 years old, Camille delivers an excellent snapshot of those uncertain and wildly hopeful late teen years. 'I tried to freeze light' captures Camille approaching heartbreak and self-perception from a variety of angles–each track playing slightly with genre and cadence and infused with influence from her musical heroes, like Liz Phair and Fiona Apple.

The EP pulls at a range of alternative rock and pop threads, with the '90s alternative rock opener "flesh" and the country-gaze-tinged "roadkill." Camille then softens on the swooning synth-layered ode to love lost, "elliot," before relaxing into a folksy, acoustic "paper doll." I wanna talk and not spill out carnival sounds." Camille confides on closer "carnival sounds"--a track that illuminates the singer's art-pop influences and knack for revealing tenderness and at times searing admissions through her lyrics.

While misunderstandings color the emotional sentiment of the EP, Camille's artistry and expression come through clear as day, when I tried to freeze light, presenting her as a promising young voice with real talent and a hunger for musical experimentation.
"

Artist: Jahnah Camille

Label: Winspear

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This cassette was released in May 19 by Alabama, USA's 2024-year-old indie pop artist Jahnah Camille through the country's indie label Winspear.

Contains five refreshing indie guitar pop songs.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Winspear releases available at Tobira.

------------------------------------

Cassette in norelco case. 

tracklist:

1. flesh 03:24
2. roadkill 02:56
3. elliot 03:37
4. Paper doll 02:41
5. carnival sounds 04:20

Winspear:

"Jahnah Camille's songs capture the rollercoaster of teenage angst, heartbreak and introspection over a well-made bed of driving guitars and catchy, compact melodies. A five-track EP infused with anxiety and grit, 'I tried to freeze light, but only remember a girl,' is a shining introductory project smoothed over by Camille's sugar-sweet voice and cutting lyrics.

Much of the EP's songs were written and recorded while Camille was still in high school, taking trips back and forth from Atlanta to record. In the following days, Camille dug into the local DIY scene, steadily gaining an impressive resume of opening slots as she cuts her teeth supporting acts like Clairo, Soccer Mommy, Cryogeyser and Wednesday as they came through town.

Now 19 years old, Camille delivers an excellent snapshot of those uncertain and wildly hopeful late teen years. 'I tried to freeze light' captures Camille approaching heartbreak and self-perception from a variety of angles–each track playing slightly with genre and cadence and infused with influence from her musical heroes, like Liz Phair and Fiona Apple.

The EP pulls at a range of alternative rock and pop threads, with the '90s alternative rock opener "flesh" and the country-gaze-tinged "roadkill." Camille then softens on the swooning synth-layered ode to love lost, "elliot," before relaxing into a folksy, acoustic "paper doll." I wanna talk and not spill out carnival sounds." Camille confides on closer "carnival sounds"--a track that illuminates the singer's art-pop influences and knack for revealing tenderness and at times searing admissions through her lyrics.

While misunderstandings color the emotional sentiment of the EP, Camille's artistry and expression come through clear as day, when I tried to freeze light, presenting her as a promising young voice with real talent and a hunger for musical experimentation.
"

Artist: Jahnah Camille

Label: Winspear