One of the most welcome effects of Gotye’s smash hit, “Somebody That I Used to Know,” has been the introduction of Kimbra. Her debut album, Vows, carries a unique sound that differs from your typical pop record, peppered with a cappella segments and bounding choral arrangements. From a talent that reaches back to her childhood, to the strength of Vows, it seems that Kimbra’s career is only going getting started.
If you have yet to hear any tracks off Vows, be sure to watch “Settle Down” - it’s a wonderfully strange video, and catchy in all of the right ways.
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