With vocal ability to rival Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood, ‘Terror In Disguise’ is a great example of Savannah’s talent as a country-pop-rock artist. Chronicling a relationship gone wrong, Savannah states “You can say that nothing’s wrong/String yourself along/But you don’t love me/Maybe that’s why it’s a dangerous disaster” over an exciting mix of electric guitars, drums and a sprinkle of piano keys thrown in there. But the real star of the show here is Savannah’s smoky, booming voice – complete with a slight twang, perfect to take on big female-led country songs with an anthemic quality to them (think Carrie Underwood’s ‘Before He Cheats’ or Lady A’s ‘Need You Now’). The vocals in ‘Terror in Disguise’ are utterly convincing and impressive, especially as Savannah hits the big climax before the middle eight – hitting those golden notes to absolute perfection. There’s some huge potential here for crossover success, as the song not only covers the country genre, but is clearly radio-friendly enough to be pitched to pop and adult contemporary channels. By the end of the song, you won’t be able to get “Terror in disguise/Hidden by your lies/Oh/If you let go/As it all falls down, we just watch it from the ground” out of your head.
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