Single Review: SMUT. – Water Nymph

by Emily Duff

SMUT. is an alternative RnB musician based in Edinburgh. With great anticipation, Water Nymph is her first single released on Spotify.

Encapsulating a chilled out ethereal vibe, Water Nymph starts with layers of vocal harmonising that is mirrored throughout the song to give emphasis to the chorus. Taking on an RnB style, the tune blends a hip hop beat with slow other-worldly vocals and witchy lyrics like, “do you wanna come and play with me”.

With the single’s artwork by Smogg using an array of blues and intertwining golden lines, it perfectly captures the mystery and airiness within the music. Along with an array of image inspiration on SMUT.’s Instagram, there is a clear visual companionship to the tune exaggerating her clear creativity from the beginning. The tune has a feeling of calm and focus behind it which can be accredited to both SMUT.S’s passion for music and her accompanying mood board.

The track is to be listened to while “taking a bath/seducing someone/doing your full moon rituals”, according to SMUT.’s Instagram. It is the perfect self-care quarantine anthem. Stick on Water Nymph while you burn your incense and polish your healing crystals or maybe put on a face mask. It’s relaxing and melodic.

FIND MORE FROM SMUT. HERE:

Instagram: @smutthegirl

Spotify: SMUT.

Soundcloud: SMUT.

Published by emilyjduff

Brought up around music, I have a weird mix of taste. I love going to gigs and listening to new releases. I’m currently doing my English Degree and hope to become a full time journalist after that.

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