Bad by Maria Weissman: Review
Maria Weissman brings herself to be brutally honest about her “bad” moments and creates poetry that stands out in a sea of rock-jazz-indie fusion. Ever felt like you’re having a heart-to-heart with an artist? Maria’s emotionally vulnerable and expressive delivery makes her latest song “Bad” a heart-felt moment for listeners going through tough times. The single release ‘Bad’ talks about holding on to the small precious moments, and taking charge of your emotions.
It’s one of the tracks from her self-titled album, in which she taps into a wide range of rock, making it a musically appealing EP for everyone. While some would say they can’t put a pin on her due to the sheer versatility and softness in her tone, I would beg to differ. Honestly, she’s got the Lana Del Rey spikes and seduction about her when she’s filled with sorrows, and thanks to the grunge and jazzy elements in her music, it only amplifies.
The song features gentle piano chords, with shuffling rhythms within its drum work. The highlight of the song is of course Maria’s breathtaking and gentle voice, which vocalizes some soaring curls that brilliantly escape within the instruments. If you want to check out more of Weissman, be sure to tune in to her 6-track album release. She’ll captivate you, one song at a time, building an emotional atmosphere of her own. Here are some wise words from the artist herself about enduring bad days, “Hopefully, you heal from it and come out stronger, better, and with a depth that’s beautiful in and of itself.”
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Review by: Audrey Castel