Single Review: Liv Austen – ‘The Next Time’

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Having released two EPs independently, and received acclaim from the likes of BBC Radio 2, Norwegian born singer-songwriter Liv Austen is back with a sparkling new single.

Flowing with Austen’s smooth, shimmering vocals, ‘The Next Time’ is about telling someone that they’ve used up their final chance with you. Fusing together catchy pop-infused melodies and a twinkling country-inspired charm reminiscent of the likes of Carly Rae Jepsen, it’s a delightfully uplifting offering.

Oozing an impassioned, emotive splendour, and showcasing Austen’s impressive vocal range, ‘The Next Time’ is a perfect, shiny slice of country-pop that you’ll fall in love with at first listen.

‘The Next Time’ is out now via NUA Entertainment.

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