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REVIEW: Fire Within by Birdy
HAMPSHIRE teenage singing sensation Birdy released her second album this week. The 17-year-old from Lymington, real name Jasmine Vanden Bogaerde, has proved a huge hit since releasing her self-titled debut, which gave her a Top 20 hit aged just 14, in 2011.
Entitled Fire Within, the second album features all-original material with tracks Birdy has written herself. Nicole Gallagher has a listen...
THE soft and angelic vocals of her 14-year-old self won her a rightful place in the charts and now three years later, Birdy is releasing her second album, still humming moving and untainted tearjerkers.
The critically-acclaimed songstress has penned all the tracks on her new album, with a maturity that translates to those of us well past the tender age of 17.
Light Me Up provides a reprieve from the haunting and innocent love songs across Fire Within, and may surprise fans – but it does go without saying that a large part of the album is taken up by soft piano ballads and painfully beautiful songs like Wings.
The young singer-songwriter’s last album of covers catapulted into the charts worldwide, but what happens when she releases an album full of her own tracks is even more enchanting and spellbinding.
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