No Way by Dionne Sturdy-Clow: Review
“Heart of a hippy, soul of a punk. Musing about life on my guitar” is the motto Dionna Sturdy-Clow lives by on her artistic journey. She is an up-and-coming musician from Doncaster, in the north of England. “No Way” is the title of her fourth single, which is the most recent work that she has made available to us.
The song looks to be a melting pot of all of her musical palettes, stretching from raw folk-punk acoustic feelings to alternative, pop, and rock styles. It is a guitar-driven piece that initially gives the impression of being simplified, but as it goes on, more nuanced details are added in the background. The rhythm created an enjoyable and uplifting atmosphere while also being playful in the melody and affectionate in the delivery of the vocals. Dionne has everything she needs to create a hard-hitting, well-written, and infectious banger with the support of her father on production and her pals on backup vocals. The singer-songwriter writes so honestly and relatably that her listeners can’t look away from her, drawing inspiration from the sorrow, anger, bruised hearts, and bitter regrets she encounters all around her.
“There’s no way, not a chance in hell
I’m outta bed today
I just don’t feel so well
When I’m awake I fear for my own health
The demons come they’d like to sing to themselves”
We can’t wait to hear what else the 20-year-old creative has up her sleeve. Make sure to give “No Way” a listen. It’s a vibe.
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Review by: Lily Thomas