Posts Tagged ‘Tanya Batts’

BATTS – ” Gun “

Posted: September 10, 2018 in MUSIC
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BATTS, the project name of Tanya Batt, has been in featured ever since our we heard of her single ‘Shame’, back in April. ‘Shame’: “That layer, in this song, makes it unique. It’s ‘folk, plus’. Where not only just a lazy layer of attempts are arranged, but the delectable honey of Tanya’s folk talents just enhance the pop bleed, into another level.”

The melancholic debut of her EP ’62 Moons’ is out Now, and demonstrated by her tact on each and every part of each single. And as always, the best part of BATTS is well, Tanya’s voice, It is magnetic, strong, with the kind kind of empathetic ’causes’ that singers like many country & contemporary ballad singers of the past.

“I wasn’t feeling inspired by my own life, and didn’t feel any urge to become self-destructive like I had in younger years to create,” Tanya explains. “I remembered how much I loved to write stories as a child, and thought I’d start writing fictional stories into songs, and creating the music to set the vibe and world around it.”

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The ‘sadness’ of ‘Gun’ is heartfelt and beautiful to listen to. Despite our antics in our posts, we really dig and respect the kind of lyrical construction Tanya does so well. Her work is mesmerizing, truly.

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With a sound that has been compared to Florence & the Machine by media outlets throughout Australia and abroad, Tanya Batt delivers a sense of earnestness in her heartfelt brand of music.
Since her beginnings, Tanya Batt has developed a powerful presence in a small window of time, playing many sold out shows, as well as enjoying radio play.

As well as packing up the tour van to grace stages along the East Coast, Tanya Batt has done all she can to reach audiences abroad, appearing on radio stations such as BBC Radio in the United Kingdom, and many US based College/Community radio stations. After a highly successful debut, Tanya Batt will be releasing her latest offering ’62 Moons’  “Keep listening out for that one”.

“Batt executes stunningly, draping instrumentals in an ethereal fog as her powerful voice resounds clear and effortlessly.”

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