Track: Tanya Lee Davies tells the saucy tale of ‘Adam and Eve’ in her own inimitable style

Following up on her album last year ‘Dreamland’ (reviewed by me here), Tanya Lee Davies returns with the slow boil sensuousness of ‘Adam And Eve’ – described by Davies as a ‘romantic thriller’ and executed as a rather mesmerising tango in the louche and laconic way Davies has. There’s is always a little dramatic flare with a torch light delivery and a cheeky glint in the eye.

I compared Davies’s pop melody style to Burt Bacharach in my review of her album: a sort of sixties-infused bubbly pop filled to the brim with pop and verve and it’s a sad coincidence this track comes on on the morning we hear of the legend’s passing.

The single is available through the link below.

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