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  • Victoria James

Review: "Show Me" - Alison Jutta

Feeling lost or alone is among the worst feelings ever, but the comforting news is that you’re not the only one who feels that way. Alison Jutta wrote “Show Me” when she felt lost, but now we have found the perfect song to obsess over. The song is personal and honest, and the lyrics are relatable. Alison Jutta hopes listeners can’t relate to her song too much, given the heavy emotions that compelled her to write the track in the first place. However, the song is the perfect way for people to come together and be transparent about their emotions. “Show Me” is the appropriate and truthful response when your loved ones ask you how you’ve been, and you can finally let your guard down.

Alison Jutta has an unforgettable voice. She sounds enchanting and her energy is enthralling. She sings about a gray time in her life but her voice is as bright as a rainbow. Her vocals are delicate and soft, and the added harmonies are the perfect touch. Everything about “Show Me” makes the song feel as magical as it sounds. Not only does she have the voice of an angel, but the production is heaven-sent too. The beat is infectious and the melody in the chorus keeps you grooving. The synths bring texture to the song but don't take away from the softness of it. Just like her voice, Alison Jutta keeps her music light. "Show Me" is playful because of the whimsical sounds and effects that are flawlessly incorporated.

Alison Jutta is a singer, songwriter, and keyboardist from Belgium. The Dutch artist was born into a musical family, so it was no surprise that she began taking classical piano lessons at eight years old. She started singing and writing pop songs in high school and even moved to Rotterdam to study pop vocals and songwriting. She released an EP, “I’d Rather Do This Slowly” in 2020. A year later, she performed the five-track project on her tour around the Netherlands. Alison Jutta is releasing her debut album “hello, I don’t know” on February 16, 2024. It consists of ten pop songs reflecting on the road to adulthood and figuring out oneself.

Written By Victoria James


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