Single review: Bellhouse ‘Like You Loved Us’

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If what you’re missing on these dreary autumn days is a beat of upbeat, infectious pop then look no further. Emerging Swedish artist Bellhouse creates shimmering electro-pop that is instantly addictive and her latest single ‘Like You Loved Us’ is no exception.

Channelling her inner Carley Rae Jepson, ‘Like You Loved Us’ is oozing with catchy hooks from the offset. Bellhouse – aka Emma-Lee Andersson’s – powerful pop vocal soars effortlessly over driving synths and an impressive production level to create something undeniably captivating. The lyrics are highly relatable as well, as Emma talk about those desperate emotions when you think you’re over someone, but in actual fact, you want to go back to the way you were. She tackles these difficult subjects with poise and grace and all the while its concocted into a gorgeous blend of shimmering pop goodness.

‘Like You Loved Us’ is out now.

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