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  • Alison Holst

Review: "Captor" - ICEBERG

Have you ever had someone mean so much to you, that they took up so much of your thoughts and it feels as though they've captured you? This is a specific and vulnerable feeling ICEBERG beautifully depicts in her song “Captor”. “Captor” sorts through these feelings and is an attempt to make sense of them. Surrounded by this struggle is the infectious pop-rock melody that constitutes the song.

ICEBERG brings a tender but powerful presence to “Captor” with her unique voice. Her voice is haunting yet comforting, something that sets her aside as a vocalist. Her voice is the perfect pairing for her deeply vulnerable lyrics. Together the lyrics and instrumentals create a euphoric feeling, in spite of the heaviness the subject matter of the song brings. Arguably the most euphoric part of the song is the bridge which is very climatic and provides a satisfying feeling as listeners approach the end of the song.

ICEBERG is originally from Pennsylvania, but moved to London, and is now currently living in upstate New York. For the past four years she has been working as a producer and songwriter in London. Honing these skills, ICEBERG plans to release her new EP shortly, showcasing her immense talent. Just like the EP is sure to do, "Captor" also showcases the musical abilities and talents of ICEBERG, as she is able to beautifully tell a story, while crafting music that perfectly pairs it.

Written By Alison Holst



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