Today’s Daily Feature is “Daisies” by Los Angeles-based indie pop/alt-pop artist Raye Robinson. The song is based on the singer’s unfortunate and confusing love. “I ended things with a guy that I was seeing because I was afraid to get into something serious.,” Robinson comments, “After we stopped seeing each other, though, I really missed the connection we had, and I couldn’t stop wondering ‘Does he miss me too? Does he hate me now? Did I make the right decision?’”
This reminded the artist about the classic “picking petal from the flower” question: “He loves me, he loves me not”. “I immediately loved using the word ‘daisies’ in the hook,” the artist said about creating the tune, “and from there the rest of the song came together pretty quickly!”
The song starts off softly with Robinson’s smooth yet delicate vocals that are backed by an intimate piano. Then, at the chorus, the song comes to life with a powerful piano playing bass notes that bursts instantly. The energy changes from a soft one to a loud one (but not too aggressive) Even the artist’s vocals transform as her tones emit soulful energy. “Daisies” is a tune that features bright yet soulful tones, gorgeous vocals, and delicious melodies. This one tune you have to listen to right now!
Make sure to check out “Daisies” by Raye Robinson down below and let me know what you think in the comments!
About the Artist: Raye Robinson
Raye Robinson is an indie alt/pop artist based in Los Angeles. Through honest songwriting and relatable themes, the born and bred SoCal artist creates a fresh and intoxicating sound, emitting an innocence and dreaminess that whisks you away to fantasy land. Having previously performed in bands, her time alone during the pandemic allowed the artist to dive into herself as well as her music and uncovered her love for taking creative control over her sound. Produced by Rob Auerbach, out of his DIY garage studio, Robinson’s upcoming music emits a spunky, fun, laidback, and feel-good vibe that keeps pulling you back for more.
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