Lou Ella and Shae Brock release ‘Snake in the Garden’
Lou Ella and Shae Brock recorded ‘Snake in the Garden’ in Los Angeles, which was produced and co-written by Mike Kamerman (Smallpools). It explores how you shouldn’t be entirely trusting of the people who come into your life. ‘Sometimes you have to burn your garden down to find the last snake hiding in there’, says Lou Ella. Whether it be romance or friendship, the message of the track is that getting hurt by the people you trust really sucks, and that maybe we should be should be more wary of potential enemies. One of Shae’s main influences, Fleetwood Mac, really shines through in the track with the bouncy vocals, strong guitar riffs and floaty pop hooks. It’s confident and sassy yet quite introspective about our human instincts. How do we bounce back after a disappointment? How do we grow?
Lou Ella and Shae Brock have made numerous appearances in the LA music scene, such as playing at Sofar Sounds and at numerous radio stations. The pair have also worked with a wealth of local LA artists. This includes Tender Kid, Sachi Sato and Tapz Gallantino. ‘Snake in the Garden’ shows a great deal of promise and it will be exciting to see where Lou Ella and Shae Brock go next!
You can check out ‘Snake in the Garden’ on SoundcCoud below.
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