Becky Hill - Caution to the Wind

Posted one year ago
Producer:
Two Inch Punch
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Thus far, our only exposure to singer/songwriter Becky Hill has been through her contribution to Powerless, a reader-approved single from hitmaking beat crew Rudimental. Today, she throws Caution to the Wind and steps into the spotlight with her first solo feature. This down-to-earth jam offers a glimpse at her conflicted feelings regarding her musical career; though she’s still “learning the ropes” and “finding [her] feet,” these initial feelings of unsteadiness coexist with an ironclad will to succeed. Two Inch Punch provides the cut’s understated, yet driving instrumental backdrop. Caution isn’t attached to a larger set, but fans will be able to purchase it as a single starting next Tuesday, July 22.

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