Tipsy In Chelsea Brings Back A Vintage Pop Sound With ‘Gaslighter’

Written By: Yvonne Glasgow

I am a big fan of the pop rock music from the 60s and 70s, so finding musicians that have been influenced by that generation of music makes me happy. Tipsy In Chelsea is one such band, and they have the sound down to a tee.


While not all of their songs on the new EP “Gaslighter” have that same feel, most of them do. They even have a cover of Badfinger’s ‘Day After Day’, which is a well-done cover that I enjoyed listening to immensely. I think that Trish Thompson’s voice is perfect for this style of music.


When I listened to the five songs of the seven-song EP that are available on Soundcloud I heard influences from bands like Fleetwood Mac, Air Supply, Roseanne Cash, and so much more. Dean Falcone, the man behind the music and lyrics of this magnificent piece of musical genius, has an amazing talent for making music that is worth listening to.


Not only did I greatly enjoy the Badfinger cover, but I was also extremely impressed with ‘Fade Or Remain.” This song has some lyrics that are worth honing in on and it embodies that vintage pop sound mentioned in my intro. It is the best tune on the album, but don’t let that keep you from listening to the whole thing.

If you want some mellow singer/songwriter music to chill to, this is an EP worth listening to. You can listen to it here:

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