Review by George Kirby
Le Fil is a rising star popping out of the UK’s capital, London. He has a new pop angle which many, including myself, are relishing and he is proving to be giving the bigger hitters in the game a real run for their money.
His new release ‘Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is’ is a testament to the artist’s ability to switch things up. His previous track ‘Undercover Lover’ was a more party anthem. Still, this one, although staying true to the feel-good space, provides a more meaningful delivery with a bolder and deeper predilection.
The track kicks off in typical, Le Fil fashion. It is bold and upfront, and it will get you tapping along instantly. The drum takes the focal point for quite some time, but Le Fil soon opens with a top-class vocal offering. He sings with his all, and you can almost touch the emotion which he invokes. A piano lead also appears, and it is a new addition to his sound with his previous tracks not hugely giving the piano the air time it craves. It has a 70s rock vibe, and I read somewhere that it sounds a little like ‘Elton John’s’ piano style, for me, I am inclined to agree.
As the track progresses, it gets even more presumptuous with new sounds popping up left, right and centre. Also, the chorus is happy with Le Fil hitting all the right notes flawlessly. But, I would enjoy a little more backing harmony in places and also a more swaying guitar solo section could have added even more wonder to this already exciting piece.
Overall, it is a track which I am will be keeping close. You can take a listen to ‘Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is’ by Le Fil below. Also, be sure to follow the singer on his social media accounts here.