If you’re a fan of indie pop, then you’ve got to check out Shannon Netemeyer’s latest single, “You’ve Been Gone A While Now”. This chilled-out ballad has a dreamy, synth 80s-inspired style that will transport you to another world. Her haunting vocals gave us chills when we first heard it landing perfectly in a pre-summer bed of warmth just as the weather turned. And if you like what you hear, then you’ll be pleased to know that Shannon has just launched her debut album, ‘Feed Me To The Trees’, which fully encapsulates her sound as an artist.
The Sound of Shannon Netemeyer
Shannon’s music is inspired by some of the biggest names in indie music, including Angel Olsen, Bjork, Perfume Genius, and many others. But despite her influences, her sound is entirely unique and instantly recognisable.
The tracks on “Feed Me To The Trees” range from slow and dreamy ballads to upbeat synth-pop tunes. But regardless of the tempo, all of the songs are full of emotion and imbued with Shannon’s signature style.
The Making of ‘Feed Me To The Trees’
Shannon worked tirelessly to create “Feed Me To The Trees”. The album is the culmination of years of hard work, dedication, and a whole lot of passion. Every single track was carefully crafted to ensure that it perfectly captured Shannon’s vision as an artist.
Music Review by Jacqueline Jax
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