Daniella Mason might be known for her pop songwriting sensibilities, but don’t let that fool you. Hailed by The Guardian as “a serious musician with a distinctly pop edge,” the indie songstress’ music is marked by an undeniable streak of self-awareness that even the most savvy of audiophiles can enjoy.
Mason’s dreamy single “Shade of You” landed a coveted spot on iTunes’ front page, topping the platform's "What's Hot" section. The vibey, electro-pop track, situated among singles from alt/indie heavy hitters the likes of Betty Who, Bleachers, and Paloma Faith, was the only self-released song to make the honorable lineup.
"True talent always rises to the top," contributor Bradley Stern (SpinMedia blog Idolator) wrote. "Case in point? Daniella Mason... It’s an unassuming, catchy slice of mature pop— one that positions Daniella as one of the newest and most exciting ones to watch this year."