Rewind showcases Helen Rae's smooth and soulful vocals, despite the instrumentals overpowering the vocals this isn't a bad introductory track.
Ripples On The Water is a much more upbeat tune and the vocal and instrumental mix is spot on here. her's powerful vocals and addictive instrumentals make this a tune to remember.
Grace starts with a belter of a intro and Helen Rae makes this another enjoyable tune with her impressive voice, her operatic training really shines here.
Helen Rae is a Brisbane based singer who started her songwriting journey 4 years ago, after training as an Opera Singer at the Queensland Conservatorium of music she wanted to expand upon her growing interest in Electronic and Popular music. She was also seeking a more satisfying way of self expression and first of all planned to combine EDM with elements of Pop and Opera.
2012 saw the release of her debut EP - You're The One, which was produced by Andy Max at the Grove Studios in Sydney. In 2013 Helen Rae consulted with Aislinn about local music producers, this was when she met Caleb James.
The duo worked on Ripples On The Water, which they then recorded at the Palace Studio, Salisbury. It is more acoustic then previous songs and also it's lyrically more expressive.
Helen Rae has written 30+ inspirational songs but has only recorded and released 6 of them, eventually she hopes to release them all. She is currently working on 1930s inspired tunes that will hopefully feature on the next EP.
Website - http://www.helenrae.com.au/
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Twitter - http://twitter.com/helengli1