Based in Liverpool, Daisy Gill is a singer songwriter who’s been learning music since she was 5, and at 11 she started writing songs. With her new single, ‘Nothing Out Of Me’, she’s standing up against all the misogyny and discrimination in the music business, and fighting for all the strong, confident, and intelligent women.
With feisty lyricism (think Anne Marie, and Taylor Swift), Daisy Gill has positioned herself as one to watch.
‘Nothing Out Of Me’ is a departure from her previous releases, which have predominantly been ballads, including ‘Save It For A Rainy Day’, and ‘Breaking Down The Walls’. It’s a bluesy-pop track with a super-catchy, primarily keyboard instrumental, and Daisy’s vocals are assertive and powerful, as she spits out the lyrics and speaks out for what she stands for. She’s not taking any more of it; she’s not interested in listening to anyone’s nonsense. It’s a hugely relatable song for anyone who’s been patronised or treated as inferior in work or their daily life.
‘Nothing Out Of Me’ was recorded at Liverpool’s world famous Parr St Studios, and produced by Chris Taylor, known for his work with Paul Weller, and The Coral.
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