Olive Louise Shares New Single ‘Moroccan Oranges’

New York-based singer and songwriter Olive Louise has just shared her brand new single Moroccan Oranges, the latest single taken from her debut cathartic and enthralling EP 275 Kings Point Road, titled for the place where she grew up the actual Main House of The Great Gatsby estate. 
 I am really enjoying her lovely, enchanting vocals which instantly infuse the song with a touch of heart and emotion that won me over from the start. Moroccan Oranges is inspired by her mother's passing, showing the struggles of inner strength and trying to hold life and family together even when you are in grief. This emotional storytelling is flawlessly conveyed through Olive's lush vocals which are backed by a vibrant folk/pop production that pairs emotive piano keys with gorgeous, delicate strings and lively percussive elements that infuse a burst of energy to this heartfelt song. Such a stunning piece of music which you can check out below!



Speaking about the song, Olive Louise said, 
the song is about the summer I traveled to Morocco and Paris with my dad and sister after my mom passed away. It’s about the dissonance I felt looking at my dad trying to hold it together and make us feel okay, knowing that even though we were seeing stunning views, and trying new foods, and were there together, we felt completely shattered.