Paddi ‘P.S. I Love You’ Album Review

US singer-songwriter shines on new full-length

Having already spent the last few months building up his following with a rich and diverse array of sweeping pop anthems, US singer and songwriter Paddi now cements himself firmly within that scene with the release of his latest full-length ‘P.S. I Love You’.

Featuring the previously shared offerings ‘Hit My Line’, ‘Let’s Work On Us’, ‘I Don’t Know Her’ and his Babylope collaboration ‘So Alive’, ‘P.S. I Love You’ sets itself as a wonderfully smooth and intoxicating collection. Taking influence from an eclectic mix of soul, RnB, and alt-pop aesthetics throughout, his stunning voice remains the heart of this new release, serenading and enticing us at almost every turn.

While the record occasionally plays it safe from time to time, there are still plenty of moments here that show him as a wonderfully adventurous artist. His pursuit in creating a brilliantly bold and expressive LP is absolute and shows great promise for this young frontman in the future.

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