Caitlin Quisenberry, Let Love Die Review
Caitlin Quisenberry is a Nashville based singer and songwriter that has been singing and performing for more than a decade. At fourteen years old, she worked with Grammy-winning producer Robert Cutarella on a four-song demo. The following year, she auditioned for American Idol, where she received a Golden Ticket and moved on to Hollywood. She was crowned Miss Colorado Outstanding Teen in 2013 after singing to a sold-out audience at Denver’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House. In 2020, she released her single “Blue,” which the video has been featured on Country Music Television. Both “Blue” and her second single, “SOS,” have been well received by fans and the industry. Last month Quisenberry’s second single, “SOS”, was added to Spotify’s New Music Nashville editorial playlist. Quisenberry is now releasing her third single of 2020 called, “Let Love Die.”Positives: Quisenberry has a youthful innocence melded with a maturity of delivery that adds to its listenability, her voice is accessible and vibrant. Bottom Line: Let Love Die” has well-written lyrics that journey through the heartache of loving someone who doesn’t feel the same and knowing in order to heal, she must let go. Quisenberry’s vocals style is alluring, and the melody is catchy. However, the listener should not be fooled by the soothing and sweet-sounding vocal timbre and tuneful melody, as these lyrics are raw and full of vulnerability. With a solid band backing her, Quisenberry’s gentile country flare is well-supported and augmented with full background vocals and rich instrumentation. Quisenberry’s lyrics paint the picture of desolation, “shook from a dream, woke up alone, feelin’ betrayed tears are runnin’, down my cheeks, I scream down the hall, no one there, to break my fall.” Quisenberry will ignite your emotions and the fire in your heart. It is easy to recognize why she has become a favorite so quickly. That’s the short of it!
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Let Love Die
Let Love Die (single)
Release Date: May 1, 2020