Slick production, soul-soaked, R&B-vibed and rich falsetto vocals that sound utterly effortless as well as some fantastic arrangements – the big-band sound, for one – make up ‘Overdose’ by Norfolk singer-songwriter Mullally, itself a little addictive in nature. I challenge you to listen to this just once. Quite frankly, ‘Overdose’ is without a fault.
The vocals are what propels the track towards its close, the smooth, buttery, sweet melodies accompanying instead of the other way around. Norfolk can boast Colman’s Mustard, Alan Partridge and Kettle Chips. Now they can add this 19-year-old, whose talent is far beyond his young years, amongst their reasons to be proud of Norfolk.
‘Overdose’ is available to download from iTunes right now.
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