The release of Miss Elm’s “Pippi Long” took place on November 4th in 2021. Let’s smile and breathe again as we take a dive into this track.

Based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Miss Elm is not just a music artist. The website, bandcamp.com, claimed that Erin Harrington, the singer-songwriter behind Miss Elm, had escaped to Tasmania during a rare window between lockdowns. It was then that she found the missing piece of “Pippi Long,” which follows a message about the beauty of our planet, Earth, and the responsibility that comes with it for when we look after it (https://misselm.bandcamp.com/). 

“Pippi Long” represents Miss Elm’s respected genre of folk-pop. She was able to represent the influence of indie-pop, rock-pop, indie-folk, power-pop (in which you were able to hear in tracks from Beach Boys, The Beatles, etc.), and pop. 

The melodies were not the only noteworthy aspect of the track. Miss Elm has an impressive vocal tone as she puts real feelings into the lyrics. The lyrics are interesting and meaningful with some expressive phrases. Instrumentally, the track has a smooth, compelling accompaniment that complements the vocal track nicely. There was a great acoustic guitar sound, too, to represent the earth-like feel of the track. The performance quality of “Pippi Long” was, both vocally and instrumentally, high throughout. Overall, the song is tuneful and melodic, and I think it has the potential to bring out the inner earth when reaching music charts. 

Miss Elm has traveled far and wide with this track for her audience in hopes of finding their inner beauty within Earth’s environment.

Written by Sherryl Citera

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