Ethereal in nature with a driving beat that makes a carefree intimate production even more enchanting is new track from Pip Hall, “So Easy”. “So Easy” really won me over with the chorus that featured many layers of beautiful vocals that went straight into a playful guitar solo. This reminds me a ton of Fleetwood Mac and their laid back groovy rock and roll style. “So Easy” comes to us from My Little Empire Records a boutique label based in London that is driven by a DIY ethic and a deep rooted passion for new music.
“So Easy” reminds me of driving down a long country road in the summer with the windows down and jamming out to the newest band I’d grown attached too. Landscape wise I can see myself listening to this on the country roads between Bellevue and Nashville, TN. Instrumentally the song is very familiar with guitars, bass, drums, and lead vocal, check it out and learn more about the band below!
‘So Easy’ is the gorgeous new single from underdog, dark-pop songwriter Pip Hall, her first since her debut LP late last year on My Little Empire Records.
Much like the singles which found her favour with the likes of DIY, Best Fit and Huw Stephens (BBC 1), ‘So Easy’ sees Pip exposing the most fragile corners of life, however here we see her emerge from this loss with a more resolute approach to her new found freedom; finding the space to breathe deeply. This breezy attitude sees the Preston-native deliver cutting lyrics (“I’ve rearranged the features of your face within my mind, to realign and redefine the love I left behind. I’m moving on.”) before the track erupts to its soaring pinnacle with with lines: “It’s so easy, and lord knows, if you work for it, it can be so easy”.
Written, recorded and produced by Hall this is another exciting step in the young talent’s rise to the top, before her first shows outside the UK next month, including a show at the Bowery in New York and a slot at SXSW.