Song Review: Mary Moore's 'The Sinner' Has Us Thinking Inward
Stepping out into the Nashville indie-folk scene is Mary Moore with her debut single ‘The Sinner’. It’s almost hard to believe that such a catchy song with a compelling story is coming from such a young artist, but the talent is absolutely there.
‘The Sinner’ explores the concept of how society tells us to “love ourselves”, but is also constantly telling us to work towards being the best person we can be. It’s almost a paradox; how can we love ourselves for who we are if we’re always trying to change? I’ve always been a sucker for a song that has a captivating story, as well as an upbeat vibe that makes you want to sway and tap your toes, and this song has it all.
Moore is truly incredible in her vocal power and range, captivating the listener for every note. Although she has been a lover of music for a long time, this is her first official release as an artist, and one listen will leave an impression on anyone. It’s got a melody that will be sure to get stuck in your head and have you humming along for days to come. Sometimes I feel like the indie-folk scene isn’t something that everyone can get on board with, but ‘The Sinner’ is a universal hit for all to enjoy.
You can catch ‘The Sinner’ on iTunes, Amazon, or Spotify. Moore is currently working on another single to be released August 3rd called “Hesitant Kiss”, and hopes to head to the studio in the spring for more recording. To keep tabs on what she’ll be up to, I’d definitely recommend following her Instagram, liking her Facebook page, or just going to her personal website.