“Summertime made promises that [she] knew it wouldn’t keep”
Seasons turn, lessons learned, she won’t run after gentlemen’s promises no more.
Versatile and stunningly creative, Brazilian/Canadian vocalist Pam Steebler reveals ‘Girls‘, the electrifying new single off of her upcoming EP Drama.
All catchy and uptempo, Disco-Pop and feel-good track, ‘Girls’ is the song of from a natural woman, who won’t make a drama out of a summertime love.
Carefree, she’s rolling and singing:
“If I gave it one more try
All I would do is say goodbye
Left or right, or side to side
Come get a ticket and get in line
Black or white or color blind
All I see is images of wasting my time”
The ironic tone of the song, quite theatrical at times, is also loyal to Pam’s quirky character, often on the mood to give you jokes and smiles.
Along playful percussions and guitar strings as funky as suggestive, this single conveys a delightful feeling of joy and peace of mind, indeed, plus invites to take it ease and let go.
This young singer has proven her talent when it comes to songwriter. A couple years ago, she won best NYC emerging artist at The Deli Magazine, for her debut album “Give In“, offering a beautiful rendition blending hints of Jazz with shades of Blues.
She is gifted to make you laugh and dance in one song, then have you shed a tear or two in the next one.
Influenced also by Rock music, Steebler is that outstanding Indie-Pop vocalist who’s mixing her Brazilian and her Canadian roots together. This blend of cultures.
In her voice you’ll hear influences that go from Alanis Morissette to Demi Lovato.
Let’s end it with her first single, Noise, a stripped-down piece performed over light and mellow lead vocals, enriched with soothing back vocals.
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