Delyn Grey is a Toronto-based musician that has released a string of singles that have awakened many fans and critics alike to her brand of rock and roll stylings.
She's back with another one called "Set Me Free" and I'm keen on giving it a listen and a look at the music video (provided below because I care about you and I like sharing things).
In case you're keeping track, this is two alternative rock releases in a row! That hasn't happened in a while and I'm enjoying the change of pace, to be honest.
Enjoy the video and track for yourselves and that meet back up with me just below that to hear what I thought of it.
Watch the music video for "Set Me Free" below:
I like this one immediately. She's got such a strong rock voice. It makes me think of the earnest rock tracks of the 90s by Melissa Etheridge and Indigo Girls. It's not a retro act though, this still sounds totally relevant and current. The chorus is catchy and the accompanying music video is a great look and a woman and her guitar doing what they do best. Really strong track.
This one has enough to make even the most jaded radio rock fan take a listen. Lyrically solid and musically exceptional, the only thing that would have ruined this track for me was if the vocals were terrible, and they were just the opposite. Really great stuff here. Highly recommended.