Airy synths, breathy vocals, and beguiling lyrics are the hallmark of internationally recognized, Malaysian-born songstress Yuna. Her new Six Street EP ranges in style from Lykke Li-reminiscent synth-pop to Feist's songwriting — both catchy and confessional all at once.
According to Yuna, she wrote the album in her apartment, and it marks a new level of self reflection. Opener "I Wanna Go" is an airy piece of pop songwriting that drifts by effortlessly, while "Young Again" looks at a relationship's end and examines what went wrong. Second track "Right Again" — a personal favorite of ours — has a jazzy swing to it that begs to be played on a warm summer night on a walk around town (perhaps in Paris: "We should go to the Eiffel Tower and see stars at night," she sings).