Nostalgia today is evident everywhere in the music industry, reminding us of how it was in our childhood and when we were in high school. Memories are persistent, probably because we are all trying to remember what life was like pre-covid.
Sonja Midtune’s newest releases (Golden Girl and Growing Up), maybe it will spark those memories for people who are still trying to remember those days before COVID-19.
I wonder if that was Sonja’s intention when making this EP, but I am sure she welcomed it.
Table of Contents
- Who is Sonja Midtune?
- Growing Up by Sonja Midtune Review
- What’s Next for Sonja Midtune?
- Thank You Notes
Who is Sonja Midtune?
Sonja Midtune is an LA-based indie Americana singer-songwriter that has garnered 25k monthly listeners on Spotify and 40k followers on Instagram. She teaches songwriting at Cal Poly Pomona and Mount Saint Mary’s University in LA.
She has recorded two studio EPs and performed at prestigious venues such as The Viper Room and The Bootleg Theatre. Coming soon, she will be releasing her newest 5-song EP Golden Girl. The EP is a step back from indie-acoustic and nostalgic tunes in exchange for an electric guitar.
Growing Up by Sonja Midtune Review
Growing Up reminds me of my high school days when I listened to a lot of indie pop. These are very nostalgic memories that are full of bittersweet happiness. I would recommend Growing Up to fans of Lindsey Ferguson and Mallrat.
Golden Girl continues that nostalgic feel that Growing Up introduces Sonja into her music, along with a music video that is well produced. I like how she uses her vocals in this song, and the electric guitar is an excellent addition to her musical sound. I would recommend Golden Girl to fans of 80’s indie pop musicians that utilize the electronic guitar.
What’s Next for Sonja Midtune?
Sonja released her title track Golden Girl on August 25th, and she will release the EP on November 11th. Meanwhile, Sonja will be actively promoting the releases on social media.
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Thank You Notes
I want to thank Sonja for allowing me to write this review for her newest EP. I am excited for people to hear this EP; it’s a great collection of music.
Have a safe and fun rest of the weekend, and make sure you are following your local safety guidelines. Also, remember to respect each other and treat each other kindly. Thank you for reading!
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