• Gillian Mena

Review: "Storms Coming" - Hendrix



Like “Bonnie and Clyde, I'll have your back until you stab me in mine”. Hendrix perfectly captures the emotions of hurt in her latest single “Storms Coming”. A dramatic song both in lyrics and production about a bully. Not wanting to sink to the level of being hurtful, but learning to stand up for yourself is the core of this song. An upbeat electronic pop song with catchy melodies and lyrics, her latest song marks her third release as an artist.


Listen to "Storms Coming" Here


Beginning with slower themes in the beginning of the song, she brings in listeners through her smooth voice in combination with a unique beat. Although starting in a slower fashion, the beat quickly picks up, eventually leading into the chorus. A combination of catchy lyrics as well as an electric pop background, the chorus is upbeat and a fun listen. The rest of the song continues in a similar fashion, utilizing sounds found in edm such as ticking and sharp beats to create a cohesive sound.


Hendrix hails from Canada, where she was able to find her love for music at age 10. Starting with lessons from a vocal coach, she quickly developed a mindset where she wouldn’t let anything stop her ambitions. Beginning with performances at Roy Thomson Hall all the way to working with Capitol Records own Rot Hamilton the Third. After her debut single “Should’ve Said No'' she has continued to release more singles that have continuously showcased her talents.



Written By Gillian Mena



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