Are you totally exhausted from the mind games and the endless bravado of dating?
Then Sharl‘s bright, hyperpop single, bursting with the energy of Nintendo tones, is perfect for you.
Sharl, the hot music goddess from Melbourne, Australia, has released “Games” globally.
Make no mistake, the Australian singer-songwriter is a fantastic force of nature in pop music.
And yes, this year has gotten off to a fast start, with four incredible singles already released by the flawless artist.
As a special bonus, you can also view the sizzling write-up for her previously released blazing track called “That Girl,” which is featured on this blog.
Beyond that, the fact that Sharl made it to the semi-finals of the International Songwriting Competition shows how talented she is.
Many independent blogs have been very positive about her music so far.
And her upcoming album, City Lights, will be a big deal when it comes out later this year.
“Games” starts with one of the shortest music-only intros.
It lasts for one second.
Yes, that’s right, I said one second.
Sharl does not play around with this one.
That’s because she appears in “Games” at the two-second mark.
With a beautiful, sexy voice, the gorgeous singer says:
“They tell me love’s a game/I can play it like the best of them/Just keep your distance and they’ll like you.”
Musically, the earth-shaking drums are kidnapped and held back for a whopping 36 seconds.
However, when the beat drops, it hits harder than a missile attack.
Following that, the exceptional singer-songwriter reveals some crucial tips to the audience when she says:
“I’m not the first to call /Don’t want to give away the upper hand / Time taught me well to play my cards right.”
Later, Sharl elevates the powerful tune when she says, “I’m sick of playing games/is anybody else?”
With those words, the song reaches its peak at the perfect moment.
After taking the listener on an unforgettable ride, the tune suddenly ends, leaving the audience wanting more.
To experience “Games,” you can listen to it on your favorite streaming service right now.
If you enjoyed Sharl’s music and would like to stay updated, be sure to check out her official website. For social media you can follow her Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok accounts. To listen to her music, you can head over to her Spotify profile, Soundcloud, Youtube channel.
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