For those looking for a new pop sound, look no further than Callie Reiff’s “Crash Into Me”. Bold and energetic, Reiff’s new single is sure to grab attention and bring listeners into a fun and peppy head space.
“Crash Into Me” enjoys a steady but quieter lead-up, allowing listeners the opportunity to appreciate Madison Daniel’s earthy vocals. The repetition of her voice, integrated with mesmerizing synth, that leads us into the first chorus with a pop. The execution of a chorus filled with easy repetition both lyrically and melodically make this a solid pop song for any playlist.
However, I would like to venture that is synth combinations outside of the chorus that make this track shine. After the waves of “crash into me, crash into me” at the chorus, the mixing really takes off with these high-spun aspirational stroke of synth. These moments of bright sound bring a smile to my face as a listener and elevate the track into something more unique.
At just twenty-one years old, artist and producer Callie Reiff has already established herself in this genre, gaining support from Teen Vogue, Vice and BBC Radio 1’s Annie Nightingale. As the youngest performer at New York’s Webster Hall at just age 15, Callie has performed at numerous festivals including Creamfields and Tomorrowland; and she has opened for both Ed Sheeran and Skrillex.