Ann See - Figure EP

With a python around her neck, a suitcase packed for Berlin and a strong team supporting, Ann See is ready to take a change and release her brand new EP “Figure”

When you see such message before listening to music, your expectations are quite high, aren’t they? Mine were, when I first heard that the young Danish artist Ann See was about to release her debut EP.

Good because Danish first heard about the singer in May 2014, when we were going through the acts playing SPOT Festival 2014. Ann See, with her debut single “Dawn”, caught our attention. Her first live performance at SPOT was… inconclusive. Yet, we decided to wait and see how she’ll develop.

The debut EP “Figure” shows that there is still something out there to look for when it comes to Ann See. The five songs from “Figure” create a nice whole, a bit hard to define (which isn’t anything bad).

There is some kind of an unexplainable dissonance in the compositions of Ann See. Is she more of a somewhat shy girl or a woman making her way? Is the music going into the direction of pop or more towards singer-songwriter style? There are a lot of questions coming to my mind while listening to “Figure”. Which is something that I really like.

The brightest spot of the debut EP is the single “Dawn”. There is something in it that makes you stop, whatever you’re doing, and just stand for a moment. Some paralyzing power of music is there for sure! Will the music of Ann See develop that amazing power further? Time will show.

Listen to Ann See’s debut EP “Figure” on Spotify, SoundCloud and buy the digital version of it via iTunes.


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