Reflective, empowering, and utterly breathtaking, it’s the perfect introduction to her next musical chapter....
...here is the moment where every musical box is ticked to generate a sensation that overwhelms in the most glorious way
...Every element drowns you with its beauty. Each nuance of musicality makes you appreciate the phenomenal sonic strength,
Yes, it was worth the wait! The melody is powerful and divinely attractive, and the vocal and artistic performance is second to none. The quality level is well above the average of anything you can hear on the radio. This is why I love independent artists.
Be patient, because the last minute of the song, explosive and intense, will give you the thrills you look forward to when you come to visit Indie Music Center.
Deborah grew up in an artistic universe and it can be heard. We immediately detect the great experience of the artist. From a young age, she has been playing the piano, the flute, and singing. Today her years of work pay off. And the best part about it? It is that we can take advantage of it!
"Show Me the Way" marks the return of our Londoner after some time of silence. I took great pleasure in listening to her album "Femme Fatale" released in 2019, where various musical universes mingle, but always with that elegance that suits her perfectly....
she managed to build her own musical universe, her own sound identity. A huge advantage that Deborah Williams will be able to exploit for a long time to come. Because you rarely hear such a level of quality, and the potential is there.
Multi-talented mother, former film student, singer and producer/engineer - Deborah Williams celebrates the release of new song ‘Show Me The Way’...Listening to ‘Show Me The Way’, you can really hear the art element of Deborah’s music and the mystery of it. By including the stretch of an orchestra it is understandable that many short-film directors want to use her music in their work.
Show Me the Way’ is a glamorous and atmospheric piece of piano-based pop, drawing influence from classic trip hop artists like Massive Attack and Portishead, whilst also infusing the orchestral backing and layered vocals of acts like Florence + the Machine. The result is gorgeous, refined and cinematic, with stunning production on all fronts and a mesmerising vocal performance.
Deborah Williams’ track, Show Me the Way, works as the ideal introduction to her cinematic pop bliss. The lush single reflects on the feeling of being lost within one’s life.
Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Deborah Williams, unveils her new single, ‘Show Me The Way’, out today on digital stores.
D.W., from London, is one of those working in the hidden world of film music scores with the ability to make what we see on screen, magic and unforgivable.
‘Show Me The Way’ is a downtempo melodic piece, dressed in trip hop vibes and beautifully arranged and composed.