TALK BABY TALK
by Emma Louise
Album: Supercry (TBA, 2016)
So this is really it this time, no more dramas in my life
He sealed it with a kiss on my lips, on my forehead and I cried...
Communication is key. Or that's what you're going to be told. At home, at school, at work. You've got to be able to communicate effectively. As Emma Louise points out on 'Talk Baby Talk', when it comes to that crazy little thing called love, all the talking in the world isn't going to save something that just ain't worth saving. Released as the second single from the upcoming sophomore album Supercry, 'Talk Baby Talk' finds Louise looking back on the history of a romantic entanglement. And if the opening lines above are any indication, a relationship that has already come to its close. From the good old days of talking long into the night about anything and everything, to those nights spent in arguments and regret, Louise's conflicted mind finds itself at a loss. Even though everything seems to have gone wrong, she's still asking herself, "why can't we just talk about it?" Of course, it's totally sad for our leading lady this, uh, conscious uncoupling... but for us, the listeners? Well, it's another spectacular outing from one of Brisbane music's finest exports and quite the follow up to 'Underflow'. Supercry is shaping up to be something truly special.
Matt Bond gives Talk Baby Talk four and a half broken heart emoji out of five...