16-year-old singer-songwriter Jaicee Rentz’ unassailable grasp of diverse musical languages is reminiscent of early Beck.
She can just as easily morph from shelling out sultry psych rock to crafting soulful indie pop, exemplified by the recent work of Maggie Rogers and Sylvan Esso. “Colors” is an exercise in restraint for the talented songbird, featuring little more than softly played piano chords and her intimate vocals. The track’s youthful musings are chalk full of cinematic imagery that make one yearn for the innocent kind of love that only a recently wounded, budding heart could endure.
Listen to “Colors” below: