Track Review: Dive // Bryony Williams

Wolverhampton-based singer Bryony Williams is enjoying a growing reputation. She is releasing a new EP, State I’m In on Beth Shalom Records on the 30th October. The previous songs that have been released (‘I Can Be’ and ‘Knockin’) demonstrate a confident, uplifting sound. However, on her new song ‘Dive’, we see Williams tap into her emotional side. It helps create an introspective atmosphere, allowing her vocals to be at the forefront of the mix.

Williams wrote the song after she returned from a three-month backpacking adventure. As a result, the self-reflective lyrics talk about a desire to get out of her comfort zone. They work very well with the downbeat production. For instance, when she sings “Dive in the deep end / And learn how to swim”, this could inspire the listener to try new things.

‘Dive’ pulls the listener into its mellow sound. It’s a soothing track which puts your mind at ease, allowing your imagination to drift.

Words by Ermis Madikopoulos


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