When You’ve Had Enough by T.I.G.Y.: Review
Formed by UK-based, gorgeous, and competent singer and lyricist, Baily Tzuke and adroit and skillful musician and composer Matthew Racher, the indie pop duo T.I.G.Y took off with their mesmerizing electronic pop journey with the adaptation of their project which was, in fact, a diary left behind by Baily’s aunt having the epithet “Thoughts I give you”. Which later on ended up becoming their own identity as a team too.
T.I.G.Y’s debut EP “Sunny dog days” only love song “When you’ve had enough” invokes a sense of love, protectiveness, responsibility, and courage.
The lyrics of the song are straightforward yet hold such depth that it would be ludicrous to not hear them, indulging in the concept of love and life.
The song makes us float in the ocean of romanticism just when the chorus starts. Baily’s voice is heavenly and fits in the lyrics incredibly well; making the listener feel at peace. The magnificent voice of Baily and calming music by Mathew surely made the entire experience a celestial one. Their focus on different dimensions of life in six of their album tracks defines them a lot.
I should have spoken
I should have let you in….
But if you ever need me I’ll be on your side
Waiting for your hands to drop when you’ve had enough….
I’ll be me for you
Be you for me….
The spectacular duo is majestic and the fact that it was so soothing to my ears and soul, I can guarantee, that the listeners will find ease in their restless times upon hearing the song.
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Review by: Sofia Aleksandra