Michelle Grimes is an Irish power pop star, soul artist and multi-instrumentalist who has racked up quite the reputation for her musical works. Her extravagant performances have landed her the opportunity to showcase in Trafalgar Square to over 20,000 spectators as part of ‘Pride in London’. She has also sung for the King and Queen of Belgium and for The Taoiseach and U.S Presidential party in June of last year. Her latest release is a self-titled EP. Across four songs, Princess, My Aesthetic, Find a Way, and Wash Over Me, Michelle Grimes lays out her distinctive style and sonic prowess.

This article dives into the nuances of the track Wash Over Me to unpack the appeal of the artist. The track opens with a lilting soul flow. Smooth tendrils of violins and acoustic piano melodies underpin the artist’s blooming vocals. Pulsing beats and fantastic synth flashes drive it to a drastic pop high. The tight resonance of the bass lines give it a dark edge, its tension pouring into the vocals as it explores lustful and sensual themes. The seamless fusion of soul styles and dance-driven beats speak to the production value of the song. Its versatility allows the artist to portray the theme more divergently and immersively.

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to Wash Over Me by Michelle Grimes here –