Oblivious by Sadie Nix is a haunting and atmospheric pop ballad. It does a tremendous job at encapsulating and showcasing the singer’s versatile voice and style. The lyrics are thought-provoking and introspective in nature. It explores themes of self-discovery, growth and the process of letting go. The melody is slow and melancholic, but also uplifting, capturing the emotion of the lyrics perfectly. The instrumental does a good job at elevating her vocals. Sadie Nix’s voice is the song’s centrepiece, full of raw power and soulful expression. The production is sleek and polished, making use of electronic beats and the atmospheric soundscape. There is also a sense of theatricality in her voice with how every word is enunciated, it sounds very similar to being backed by a company.
Switched at birth was the first of its kind. It was a show about the world between the abled and the deaf community. It did an incredible job of paving the way for new films and shows that explore new concepts. The way Sadie Nix explores music makes her fit for this series. There are scenes in the series that explore dark and light subjects and they do it with verve and they do it justice.
Oblivious is a powerful and emotionally charged ballad. It leaves you feeling inspired and moved. If introspective pop music that tackles important themes is your thing. If fresh and impactful way of exploring music is your spiel then this is a song that you won’t want to miss.