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The Impersonators Are Anything But Phony On “Scarlett Hell”

“Scarlett Hell” by The Impersonators is a hidden gem, neatly wrapped in radio-ready production. At its centre is a serpentine energy, mesmerizing the listener with rhythmic allure and mystique. With each passing bar, the track’s addictive groove entices and provokes while engraining an effortless melody in the mind. Scarlett Hell tells the tale of a woman in red, tantalizing unsuspecting men who may cross her path and fall victim her lethal beauty. An engaging ensemble of instruments assist in building the narrative, gyrating percussively before culminating in a whirlwind of suspense. The Impersonators lend a Latino vibe to the mix, contributing a saucy wickedness to this tasty dish. “Scarlett Hell” proves there is nothing phony about The Impersonators, or their ability to conjure perfection.




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