To be faced with a voice that immediately reminds me of the iconic and unique Nico is enough to hook me into any song, but one voice does not a song make. Thankfully, Renée Catrine has plenty of other qualities to sell Enough, her latest single.

The constant anticipatory build, the wonderful dynamic lifts and falls and the finest slice of trumpet playing in a folk-rock song since the early Waterboys days. And it is a great song, one built of poise and power, anthemic grandeur and inherent grace. What more do you need? Check out her back catalogue immediately!

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