With a flood of rich, smooth vocals and dreamy melodies ‘The Radio’ cleverly fuses soulful indie-pop to create a catchy, uplifting record. The song’s twangy and mellow instrumentals set the tone, as her lyrics capture how music provides an escape from the world. Redwood’s raspy vocal tone is instantly recognisable, and beautifully effortless.
Speaking of her new release, Redwood said: “'The Radio' is an upbeat pop song about feeling down! It's a song about wanting to drown out my negative thoughts by turning the music up on my radio. When I originally wrote it, it started off as a slower song, but then I started playing around with a couple of the notes in the chords on guitar and it sounded so much better in a more upbeat tempo! I got to record this song at Rockfield Studios in South Wales, which was such an amazing experience as the studios have a huge amount of history with other musicians and artists creating music there.”
The Worcestershire based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is already making a name for herself with her distinguished, haunting vocals and perfect harmonies. Redwood has been performing on the West Midlands circuit for the last couple of years, and her releases have received national and regional airplay on BBC6 Music and BBC Introducing Hereford & Worcester. She has also notably been championed by BBC Hereford and Worcester DJ, Andrew Marston. During Covid-19 she has been streaming her shows online supporting charitable causes such as War Child UK, The NHS, Save Our Venues and Independent Venue Trust, raising hundreds of pounds. With shining talent and so much to offer, it is no doubt that Redwood has big things ahead.