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Single Review: Lizzie Nightingale – ‘Left Right Left’

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As far as new talent on the horizon goes, a charismatic songstress with huge potential is offered in the form of Glasgow born Lizzie Nightingale.

LizzieNightingaleLeftRightLeftThe singer, who is signed to 25 Hour Convenience, a label run by Libertines member Gary Powell,  presents to us this month a tasty slab of flamenco scented pop with debut single Left Right Left that is set to storm the charts over the following weeks. A ballad-esque single, Left Right Left is a gorgeous effort for the Scottish singer who cites Queen and David Bowie as her biggest influences.

It’s a gentle debut which leaves a lasting impression on the listener with its sombre, melancholic tones and its sincere message of sacrifice.

Left Right Left has been described by Nightingale as a tribute to anyone who has had to sacrifice in life, a song about loss.

For a debut single, Left Right Left has the right ingredients to introduce Nightingale to a future of success. The melody is gentle yet has enough impact to be memorable and the instrumentation throughout the single is a complimenting backbone to the cool, sonorous vocals of Nightingale whose deep tones resonate through the number.