Becky Hill Premieres “Caution To The Wind”: Listen To The Ethereal Gem

Jul 15th, 2014 // Comment
Becky Throws Caution To The Wind
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Coming off her success with Rudimental’s “Powerless”  and recent collab track with Oliver Heldens, “Gecko (Overdrive)”, The Voice UK alum Becky Hill just released her new single, “Caution to the Wind.”

Wistful yet powerful, the track is produced by none other than Two Inch Punch, who has worked with the likes of Jessie Ware and Sam Smith. Simply put, it’s slow-burner that not only creates the perfect pedestal for UK soulstress’ husky voice to thrive on, but also might be one of those tunes that, in an “Anything Goes!” year of music, will flip the pop world on its head.

“When I was working on the track all I could hear was the phrase ‘caution to the wind’, which I really liked,” Becky explained about the track.  “I decided to write a song based around idioms. There are around thirteen on ‘Caution’ like ‘come hell or high water’ and ‘I’m going to go the extra mile.’ They’re how I feel about myself and my music.”

Becky certainly does take a risk with this tune, but it seems like throwing caution to the wind totally paid off in the end. Listen to track after the jump.

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