no need to say goodbye by Camila Knight: Review
The musical spirit of Camila Knight deserves the attention of the masses. Her track “no need to say goodbye” is a powerful pop track with elements of indie rock surfacing. Each section has a resonant melody where an emotional piano takes shelter, and along with that Camila’s passionate vocals arrive to enchant our senses.
Pressure and anxiety may get the best of us at times. With the added exertion of the daily grind, our souls require a pick-me-up. This is where a song’s ability to comfort and emancipate us takes effect, and Camila’s tune is no stranger to that sentiment. While hearing the uplifting essence of “no need to say goodbye”, themes of grandeur along with hope can be felt, and it’s quite a moving expression at that. Especially when the artist sings and the piano resides by her side. It creates a lovely atmosphere because the melodic chemistry is solid leaving a large audience satisfied. Aside from that, “no need to say goodbye” has epic percussion segments that liven up its presence. Courtesy of Jorge Gándara, they did splendid work on achieving the track’s thrill, and doing so allowed the crescendo to flow nicely.
Camila’s delightful song “no need to say goodbye” was produced by Isaiah Jones. In addition to that, it was mixed/mastered by Mike Dwyer who had collaborated with Vance Joy, Shawn Mendes, Jade Bird, and the wholesome Americana band The Lumineers. With that being said, I strongly recommend Camila’s tune, it’s a polished track from start to finish.
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Review by: Damien Reid