KO – “MOOD” | Review

“MOOD” might only be KO’s seconds single but she’s already proving to be a force to be reckoned with.

Born Kaitlyn Olson, KO has been a little star from a young age, learning to play the piano and by the time she reached 16 she started writing songs – soon she released a country album and has amassed a tonne of songwriting credits.

Moving onto her own music, KO brings across her brilliant songwriting skills and puts them over exciting alt-pop beats.

Her influences from the 60s as well as 90s are apparent on her chilled debut solo hit, “Just Take It,” and she gives just a hint of the more experimental side with shimmering electronic waves that grace the track.

“MOOD” throws in harsh synth beats that carry the song with KO’s soft vocals gliding right over them. The in your face nature is a total contrast to her more reserved debut and we’re loving both sides – they always say get a girl that can do both, right?!

The experimental nature that she plays with is truly exciting and we can’t wait to see what she offers us next!

Check the track out below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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