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  • Chantal Charles

Review: "Don't Wanna Know" - Daisy Gill

The latest single by artist Daisy Gill, “Don’t Wanna Know,” is a retro-sounding breakup track that shows how to have fun when writing a song about a difficult topic. While the lyrical content is filled with uncertainty, there is still some fun to be had with the musical aspects of it. This means the combination of emotionally vulnerable lyrics with fun instrumentals. It’s catchy and reminiscent of that 80s synth pop sound which has had a resurgence in recent years. Daisy Gill’s voice shines well throughout the track as it is mesmerizing enough to capture the attention of listeners. Overall, “Don’t Wanna Know” really is an intricate track because of its ability to serve as a therapeutic outlet that still knows how to create a fun time for listeners.

With the opening lyric, “Sometimes I get so lonely,” listeners already know what they’re getting themselves into in terms of the song's focus. The synth throughout sound matches the tone of her voice very well. Throughout the song, Daisy Gill maintains an interesting vocal performance, and it shows the level of talent she possesses. The chorus of the song is smooth and incredibly catchy, and the post-chorus creates a nice steady transition into the next part of the song. The bridge of the track is a nice way to tie up the acceptance of the speaker’s relationship. It doesn’t stray away too far from the rest of the song's sound, which is nice. Overall, Daisy Gill has executed this track very well, so make sure to add “Don’t Wanna Know” to all your playlists.

Daisy Gill is a singer-songwriter based in Liverpool, UK. Her sound is heavily inspired by the classic 80s pop sound, and she has been able to transition this style into the 2020s very well. Daisy Gill shines bright in this “retro pop” sound and has received a lot of praise for it. Additionally, she has received a lot of credit for her songwriting abilities, specifically for being able to write songs that get stuck in your head. She has done very well as she has gotten the opportunity to perform at the Liverpool Pride Parade and Glastonbury. Daisy Gill has definitely earned her spot on your radar, and it’ll be exciting to see what she does next.

Written By Chantal Charles


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