Francesca Louise is a London based singer-songwriter originally from the North West of England, who has played support for the likes of Nashville based indie folk-rock duo The Harmaleighs, brit-pop band Echobelly at St Pancras Old Church in London and Juanita Stein, the former singer of Howling Bells.
She recently released her new single Ride the Waters.
The song sounds so good. I like the acoustic guitar work. Besides, the vocals are sublime. Furthermore, I’m also a fan of the solid hooks and folk influences.
Lyrically, Louise delivers. She’s so inspiring.
Ride the Waters is a self-empowerment song based on how one can be self-dependent and find success on their own. Louise explains, “So many young girls feel that they need someone beside them to be able to progress and find success in their lives, but this song suggests the opposite. It is an encouraging anthem for independent and powerful young women.”
The song deserves to be heard. It’s a gem.
You can stream Ride The Waters on SoundCloud or Spotify!