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Morgan St. Jean – Tell Me Not To Go

Slow and elongated melodies give a darker feel to the song - the type you’d imagine the music video to be filmed in a forest or fairytale setting.

“‘Tell Me Not To Go’ is about that make-or-break moment in a relationship when you finally let your walls down and ask your partner to fight for you,” Morgan St. Jean said about her single. Her lyrics and tone portray a desperate need, perfectly presenting us with her story.

This song gives vibes of recent Taylor Swift albums with the way she mixes relaxed, slow melodies with a more powerful chorus. There’s a lot of electronic instrumentals and fades that keep the song modern. She works well to use silence before bringing in the chorus – a great way to emphasise the power of the lyrics.

The bridge is incredibly catchy with is repetitive lyrics and overlaying harmonies, giving it strength and a build throughout. Many different melodies are used within the track that adds a lot of interest you can discover every time you listen, making sure you never get bored of it.

Slow and elongated melodies give a darker feel to the song – the type you’d imagine the music video to be filmed in a forest or fairytale setting. Morgan St. Jean’s amazing vocals are soft but rich, quite reminiscent of Pink which brings that element of strength.

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Chloe-Lou Walker
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Chloe is a media, creative writing and journalism student in England who loves to explore new music and share her opinions. With a creative interest, she aims to follow a career in media and discover new arts of all kinds. She enjoys listening to Pop, Rock, Electro and even foreign music such as Korean and Portuguese. Through For the Love of Bands, she gets to discover new genres and songs, giving her a wide range of inspiration.

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