Single Review – Aine Cahill – Angels & Demons

Irish pop singer-songwriter Aine Cahill’s new single ‘Angels & Demons’ is infused with just as much brooding, Lana Del Rey, London Grammer esque, haunting imagery as her previous singles; the American horror story inspired ‘Black Dahlia’ and the subtly scathing ‘Plastic’. On the angelic side of things, Cahill’s natural flare for combining elements of Jazz, Pop, and RnB create an enthralling melody, that works perfectly to highlight the tracks spiral of melancholic self-destruction. Emotions are still very much at the heart of Cahill’s writing as she pulls you along into her story of indecisive psychological torment. Though don’t worry things don’t ever get too dark, laced with Cahill’s warm vocal tone the tracks theme of internal battle between good and bad, being pulled in two directions by persuasive emotions, hypnotically drifts building ‘Angels & Demons’ chorus into a subtle Jess Glynne style anthem. 

Hayley Miller