Lethia’s Natorium – You Lived here Like a Tenant | Punk Goth
Lethia’s Natorium is the musical venture of folk singer and songwriter Pena Hughes-John. She has had a vivid experience being a folk artist for years, but it is only recently that she is making her rocky, punk side come to life with her recent releases.
Lethia’s Natorium recently released a song called You Lived Here Like a Tenant which is a part of her new album; Tenant. The song is an upbeat, punk number with strong rock elements and a lot of freshness to offer. The song follows an interesting pace and easily manages to surprise you along the way. The beginning of the song features some rich beats and exquisite vocals that set you in an intense mood and brighten up your expectations. The song’s cheerful vibe is quite intriguing. Although this genre is not everyone’s cup of tea, its lightness and joviality are something that everyone would be able to connect with. When you listen to this song with an open heart, you realize how many gems it has to offer, not only musically, but also the little nuances that Pena adds in her vocals and overall musicality makes the song worth listening to.
The lyrics are poignant and not all merry and bright, but the cheerful and jovial soundscapes lighten their sombreness to quite a degree. The great thing about the song is its amazing pace. It flows effortlessly and feels great to the ears. This is a song perfect for the holiday playlist!