Review: "Concrete Jungle" - Lisa Keane
'Concrete Jungle' by Lisa Keane embodies the feeling you get when you're in the sweet spot of a relationship. Where it feels like nothing could go wrong as long as you have that person by your side. You haven't had your first fight yet and intentions are pure. Everything they do gives you butterflies, from their laugh, to the way they hold your hand, even to the sound of them breathing next to you in the car. 'Concrete Jungle' details all those little things that makes being in love special and it's something you never want to forget or let go of.
When I think of a concrete jungle, I think of a city. Cities are very cramped and crowded as well as loud and overwhelming. Lisa expresses in this song that she wants to escape from the concrete jungle she's in with the person that she loves, even if it's not forever. She cherishes every moment she has with this person and if it ever were to end, she wants them to remember her and all the incredible memories they created together. The tone of this song is very soft, from Lisa Keane's kind vocals to the dreamy sound of the music itself which has a bit of Taylor Swift 1989 vibes. This communicates that this person makes Lisa feel a sense of euphoria and comfort. She feels safe and relaxed when she's with them, and she can't get enough of that feeling.
Lisa Keane is a singer/songwriter based in Dublin, Ireland. She has been writing songs since the young age of 13 and has musical theatre experience as well as jazz vocal training. Lisa's passion for writing sparked when she discovered a music class that taught teenagers about writing, recording and performing. She currently holds a Bachelor's Degree in Commercial Modern Music and Songwriting from BIMM Dublin. 'Concrete Jungle' is her first single of the year with more to come.
Written By Kaitlyn Nicole