Single Review: Goodnight Louisa

Goodnight Louisa

With the release of her haunting new single, ‘Diana’, Edinburgh’s Goodnight Louisa (Louise McCraw) pays tribute to the now mythical Diana Spencer.

The song also passes judgment on how society treats women and the constant scrutiny that those in the public eye face. Lyrically, it’s both heart-wrenching and empowering, with McCraw’s delicate performance soaring over dreamy, bittersweet instrumentation.

‘Diana’ is available to stream now.

Review by Beth McLeish 


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