“Owe It All” from New York City’s Ella Blicker

“Owe It All” from New York City’s Ella Blicker is the song we all need now. It’s calm, cool and collected. Blicker caresses the listener’s ears with a finely-woven melody. Her wistful and reflective tones are the perfect balance to the murkier and grayscale music bed. “Owe It All” has a catchy chorus, and Blicker leaves it all on the line with this dark horse hit. It’s just that – a song that sneaks up on you and before you know it, you can’t stop humming its tempo.

Kudos to Blicker, for finding a way to merge her passions for classical music and modern hits. Though she grew up studying and playing violin, guitar and even drums, she also notes artists like H.E.R. and St. Vincent as role models. I felt a strong bridge between the violin influence (not that she uses the violin, that I can tell, in this song) and the movement of how the strings would fall into place. The piano keys, especially in this case, are soft. Still, they make a strong case for standing out because of the way the piano folds into (and vice versa) Blicker’s vocals. The piano tones make for a stirring experience. Like fine wine and cheese, it’s the perfect pairing.

The beat is steady like a seasoned runner. It’s not too caffeinated that you break a sweat and it’s not too stagnant. You have to pitch yourself to wake up. It’s a steady undercurrent that elevates Blicker’s vocals.

I owe, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, it all to you, Blicker sings. She sounds so wholesome and grateful for this person she’s singing about. I felt like this was a romantic gesture, it’s her way of saying that her support system means the world to her. I felt like she was communicating that her life in music, as well as just her overall mood is so great because of this person. It’s an amazing thing to have a support system and the way Blicker sings with such confidence is inviting. She doesn’t need to be over-the-top about it all. I think she says all she needs to say and it’s absolutely real and genuine in the way in which she does share her thoughts. I think many people would struggle to even just say these simple words to another person. I think she’s a very passionate person, but she’s also reserved. You don’t hear hesitation in her voice, you hear someone who is soft-spoken. That shyness is welcomed as I know a lot of people, and perhaps mostly myself, struggle with being shy.

“Owe It All” is a great song. I’m really liking the way Blicker polished the song with such a glowing vocal presentation and the equally memorable music. This isn’t an amp me up for Saturday night out on the town song, but it’s the right song to get our juices going and maybe share with that special someone. It makes you feel great. I had a smile on my face the entire listening experience.

Rachel Townsend

The music of Ella Blicker has been heard all over the world in partnership with the radio plugging services offered by Musik and Film Radio Promotions Division.  Learn more https://musikandfilm.com

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