SPOTIFY – Rachel Platten a young and also hot American singer from a less-known city of Massachusetts, Newton Centre. She tries to conquer the world with her voice since 2003, or at least tries to reach the lovers of popular music.
It’s actually not that much of an incredible mission for a girl who studied classical piano since age 5. Of course Rachel wants more and more always, so when she was at high-school, she started to play on guitar too. She achieved her first successes when she was singing in the school singing group. There were a lot of influential men who noticed her name at this period.
Fight as an Angel
Rachel’s debut to the music industry was at 2003, but with her first album she failed. “Be Here” was a catastrophic release which contained only demo songs. Yeah, you read it right: demo songs. Then, 8 years later she released a new album called “Trust in me” which was a bigger success then “Be Here” but it still wasn’t the hit she was waiting for.
Even as a “Devil”
After a while, the audience started to forget Rachel Platen alongside her two released music album. But Rachel was keen to get back on the top. Her top latest album: “Fight Song EP” was an instant success. This release contains only four new songs from Rachel, but still, those song may last longer on the top 50 of Spotify. At last she dropped her good-girl act and turned into a real rock-star. For example in the song “Lone Ranger” Rachel is almost unrecognizable. She left her usual style and shown something very new to her audience.
Fight Song is a powerful song too, and you will be raise your head whenever (and also wherever) you hear it. The Fight Song’s sophisticated ambiance will grab you instantly when you listen to it. Even if you are sad, or in a bad mood, it will make you cheer up.
A perfect song?
Fight Song EP is a very good creation from the artist of “Be Here” and “Trust in me”, and it will be the biggest success for Rachel. Her releases before were ok before, but she finally found her best performance this is the way where she found herself, and also the key of a good selection of songs. While it’s far from being perfect, this album is indubitably Rachel’s best work so far.