Sally Crosby is a British singer-songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist. She devotes her musicality to canvas the human experience and present honest and vulnerable pieces of song. Her sound oscillates between melodic rock and soft pop, reminiscent of Regina Spektor, and The Smiths. Sally Crosby has just released three versions of her latest single, Talk (Let’s Not) – full band version, acoustic version, and stripped down version. Each version delivers a new perspective on the track’s theme. 

The full band version is flavored with potent rock guitar shreds. Its rhythmic beats and fuzzy bass lines create a layered soundscape. And infused with the resigned tone and emotive melody of the vocals, the loop is closed. 

The stripped version follows with a bright guitar acoustic motif and bare beats. Sally’s sultry vocals get more of a spotlight. It allows the listener to be affected more intimately by the narrative. You can’t help but appreciate the sophisticated and unique timbre of the artist’s voice as it spreads evenly across the canvas. And the acoustic version has a more pronounced melodic vibration. It rises into the vocals fabric and gives it an 80s pop vibe. 

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

You can listen to Talk (Let’s Not) by Sally Crosby here –