Pem Releases Latest Single, “Overshare”
Rural Hampshire-raised singer and songwriter, Pem, carefully weaves together a dreamlike world of indie folk that is gallantly confessional yet hauntingly fragile. She lulls her listeners in with a soft tremor of a voice that stills every beating heart that listens. Poetry laced lyrics and unfiltered emotion lull listeners in all the further with a literary and psychoanalytical approach throughout her work.
Past works, including a self-released EP, In All the Space that Held this Head, showcase the artist in a stripped, heartbroken nature that pull through a sense of raw honesty unmatched by many. Following, this year’s releases contrast that with a splash of sound that fills color into the sketch that is still her own. Wistfully intimate, “Overshare” is no exception to this. Introduced with an array of instrumentals, upbeat in nature with a flowing tempo, Pem’s vocals then pour in to a scene that further diverges from the upbeat tone the introduction holds. Layered and textured, her vocals shine in their own distinction as the words grasp for a sense of intimacy.
“Give me all you feel,” she sings near the song’s outro, and the words hang heavy and claw at the being as the instrumentals end on a cliff-hanging note.
Listen to the track, “Overshare,” now available on all streaming platforms: