Her acoustic guitar was complemented by a range of electronic wizardry. Williams’ latest album has been described as being like every angst-ridden teenage girl’s diary. Unrequited love, stolen moments, loneliness and pain are the running themes. As forlorn and melancholic as that may sound, the poetic delivery of her tone-perfect songs left the audience in awe.
Tracks such as Delicate, Inch By Inch, Darker Shade of Blue and Dirty have lyrics which weave their way around a room, painting a rich picture in the listeners’ minds before building into bittersweet crescendos. It would be easy to compare Erinn’s voice to the soothing tones of Beth Orton or the high-pitched warbling of Kate Bush, but she possesses a whispery edge all of her own. The show ended with Indigo – a beautifully-crafted, heart-lifting song, which highlights everything that’s good about Erinn’s amazing voice. The American might have arrived in the middle of heavy storms, but she left on a sweet breeze of approval.
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