I'm going to start this post with the song first. When London duo Bluebell first post the demo for "Normal Heights" it already got people buzzing and some airplay on BBC Introducing. The Guardian called them "Symphonic pop gorgeousness". Now, it's been properly produced and reset to video of found footage.
Now, the reason I wanted you to hear the song first is that the lovely voice is of Annabel Jones. When the band will be written about by the larger music outlets, it will pointed out that Annabel is the daughter of the late Davy Jones. Her mother is Anita Pollinger, Davy's second wife. We got that out of the way, we move on.
The other half of the duo is producer Charlie Westropp, who delivers those thundering, cosmic beats and makes Annabell sounds divine. The two of them are going to make a lot people happy if their future music sounds like Normal Heights. I'm fileThe bio reads: All of these songs are written about people you know and we thank them for creating BLUEBELL.
The B-side to Normal Heights is the techno-infused, Cinderella