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Indie pop songstress Nehedar - "Pretty Young Thing" music video

Indie pop singer/songwriter Nehedar has a way with merging the catchy and the profound, and this balance is evident here with this wonderfully sweet yet sobering track and music video for "Pretty Young Thing". Overtop an minimal electronic beat and simple keys, Nehedar's brilliant lyrics humanize a situation that is not usually contemplated from this angle by typical objectifying minds.

"She could be your baby and she could be you."

With a smooth, disciplined vocal approach, it's no wonder Nehedar has been drawing comparisons to artists such as Tracy Bonham, Bebel Gilberto and Ingrid Michaelson. Her new 2012 CD is called "High Tide", and it's full of great songwriting. Check it out below.

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Good Read. Thanks.

April 3, 2012 at 12:57 | Unregistered Commenterslamdance

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