by Philip Moss
Such are the flaws in all human beings, looking for perfection in any kind of relationship can leave a person feeling empty. But LA songwriter, Mila Webb, presents herself as a realist on Masterpiece – the second single lifted from upcoming EP, Lucky Nights – meaning her search feels like an attainable one.
Seemingly not of our time, Webb’s voice, hazy and celestial, hovers over a backing track that recalls Tobias Jesso Jr’s Goon. ‘You don’t have to paint me a masterpiece / You don’t have to prove nothing to nobody,’ she sings as the song opens – its Paul McCartney-alike rambling bass line bringing colour to the shade to her late night California shade. Self-described as musical ‘late bloomer’, Masterpiece depicts Mila Webb as a very exciting proposition and a voice that could not have remained anonymous for long.
Lucky Nights is out 15th April via Perpetual Doom.
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