Carmody’s “The Light Of Me” Is The Slick Minimalistic Soul To Smoothly Help You Get Over D– Relationships

Sometimes all it takes is a soul track that will help you weed out assholes.

Photo: Courtesy of Whiteboard PR

Photo: Courtesy of Whiteboard PR

British songstress, Carmody, frames our penchant for bad decisions in her new single “The Light Of Me,” a finger-snapping, hookload where her seductive vocals immediately encapsulates you into the slick, no-frills territory of soul. Carmody crushingly addresses how consciously we sometimes make the choice of getting involved with an individual who wants to half-ass commitment. Although the single may lack melodic adornments, the rhythmic arrangements and her vocal depth create a luring effect that keeps your ear fastened throughout the entire track:

“The Light of Me” is from her five track EP, 5 Kinds of Loveless, which explores all the possible shitshows of romance. It was produced by Jasper Tygner, who happens to also play in Carmody’s band. As of now, she’s on tour:

11/18 – The Workman’s Club (Dublin, Ireland)

11/20 – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut (Glasgow, UK)

11/23 – Village Underground (London, UK)

11/25 – Hare & Hounds (Birmingham, UK)

11/26 – Thekla (Bristol, UK)

11/28 – AB Club (Brussels, Belgium)

11/29 – Badaboum (Paris, France)

11/30 – Yuca (Cologne, Germany)

12/1 – Lido (Berlin, Germany)

12/3 – Melkweg (Amsterdam, Netherlands)