The Fool Review

Ryn Weaver is an American indie pop singer who has started to gain wide popularity with the release of her singles and her latest album The Fool.

Ryn Weaver’s first single Octahate started gaining her attention in June 2014 on her Soundcloud account and gained attention from numerous artists such as Hayley Williams of Paramore and Harry Styles, and led for her to perform at various venues like SXSW and Coachella. What blew my mind was that she is only 22 years old and she is an amazing vocalist and songwriter and I fell in love with her album The Fool.

Octahate, which was her first single, is one track on the album and the song that drew me into listening to the whole album. It is upbeat and catchy but also has deep meaning behind its lyrics which I always enjoy. The music video is also eye catching and a little odd but in the best possible ways

The title track of the album is that song that you understand because at, some point in your life, you have been foolishly in love with someone. It’s about that early part of a relationship or crush where you see in technicolor and feel butterflies and understand love song like this one, but you realize that it’s a little foolish to love someone so quickly. The lyrics and tone of the song are beautiful and the song has a soothing vibe.

My absolute favorite song on the album is Pierre, and I constantly have it playing on repeat for hours. This song resonates so much with me, and soothes a deep part of my soul in the best way ever. It’s a song that has some magical understanding about me and ¬†love it. It’s whimsical and has a nice upbeat but not overpowering beat and you will find yourself singing along.

If you want to hear more of Ryn Weaver and listen to The Fool, go to Spotify

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  1. byecomparison says:

    Music can be so powerful. So great when you find a song/artist that speaks to you so profoundly. I’ll have to check her out. Thanks for sharing!

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