First Impressions: Aimee Allen – A Little Happiness

First Impressions is a segment where we let you into our early thoughts on a highly anticipated album, This week, we have our early views on Aimee Allen’s A Little Happiness. It drops June 9th.


Being a victim of any crime has a tendency to change one’s outlook on life. For Aimee Allen it meant recording and releasing an album that had a bit of a brighter outlook on life. For her new release, creatively titled, A Little Happiness, Allen mixes covers and originals for a summer ready mix that does what the title states. This is a summer record. Even the more dark themed,”Save Me,” originally performed by Unwritten Law, has a nice, for lack of better word, happy, feel to it. There’s even a light hearted feel to Allen’s voice, but it’s when that voice meets positive chord progression that the real appeal to the album is felt. It’s not in your face with the happiness, but rather creates a sonically pleasing environment that you won’t want to leave anytime soon. This release may not drop for another month and a half, but wow, it’s surely got us hooked.

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