Scarlette Fever – Single White Female EP Review

Released this coming Monday (30th September) sees the release of the brand new EP Single White Female by the phenomenal Scarlette Fever.

This EP which is released on Starfisch Records features only 4 tracks and these being live versions of Looking Glass and Single White Female (which featured on the LP Medication Time) plus you have a brand new cut Sunday Best which serves as a taster of what to expect from the 2nd album Attack Of The 6Ft Woman.

Since 2011 Scarlette Fever has been building a solid fan base following support slots with Caro Emerald, Mike & The Mechanics and Roachford. Alongside shows in Los Angeles and across the USA throughout 2012. Scarlette Fever has enjoyed continued UK media support in the form of consecutive BBC Radio 2 play lists for previous singles Crash & Burn and again with Elated.

As for the EP here are my thoughts:

The EP kicked off with something brand new and this coming in the form of a radio mix Sunday Best. This is a beautiful ballad and rather soothing at the same time. Karen (aka Scarlette Fever) delivers this song superbly and her vocal range is out of this world. Even though I love this tune there are dashes of emotion from the lyrics as it deals with death “As you lay me down to rest, put on your Sunday Best”.

Two live tunes follow on and these being Looking Glass and Single White Female which feature on the début LP Medication Time. Both oozed bundles of energy. Looking Glass is a mixture of pop and rock whist Single White Female feels as it has the potential to become an anthem.

This lovely 4 track EP then comes to an end with Sunday Best.


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