The exciting artist continues to flex her range on her third release.
Following on from the gritty punk-edged ‘Dead To Me’, the multi-talented Cheska Zaide has switched things up on the summery ukulele balled ‘Summer In Paris’, continuing to showcase the sheer scope and variety of the artist’s engaging sound.
The track is inspired by the artist’s time living in the city of romance, but the cute imagery and sunny instrumental unfortunately just seems to be a facade, covering up the darker and more strained lyrical content of the track. This does a really nice job of encapsulating the track’s message about the ideas and pressures that we can often put on love and the ‘expectations vs reality’ situation that we can often back ourselves into. ‘Summer In Paris’ can work for you either as a cute ukulele ballad or a vicious critique on love and loneliness, either way the track is another statement from the exciting artist that has so much to love about it.