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Josephine Sillars – Move Higher (single review)

‘Move Higher’, the much-anticipated new single from Josephine Sillars, takes her to the next level; she’s comprehensively beaten a boss and collected all of the XP. This is an anthemic, visceral song that showcases the pop power of Sillars’ voice. Taken from her forthcoming EP, The Loveliest Things Change, you can almost touch the inspiration of Alasdair Gray’s Poor Things running throughout.

‘Move Higher’ begins soft and melodious, almost unworldly, before giving us a drum and synth climax worthy of closing a major motion picture. This is a redemption song for a new generation.

‘Move Higher’ is out now

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