As with many other forms of art, music allows you to express your feelings, happy or sad, cheerful or painful. And if there is something that always impresses me is an artist that can express all of his innermost feelings in a way that might sound simple, but it is all there.

Olivia Hudson’s latest single “The 9:30 Club (Sorry)” is a song just like that. Original from Chicago, Illinois, Olivia plays the piano and ukulele, this last one being the main instrument behind the single.

The song is part of an upcoming album from Olivia that should be available in autumn 2018. The single is her latest 2release since her EP “Intersections” from 2017.

Olivia is an absolutely brilliant singer and songwriter. Playing the song, and singing what might seem a repetitive lyrics, Olivia pours her heart, all while creating a complex feeling. The song becomes so cheerful through the ukulele, acoustic guitar and percussion, that all the while she is saying “You told me you were sorry for not coming to the show / You told me you were sorry for not coming across the country to see me” – it feels like she is hurt, and over the pain at the same time. At least this is what I can feel.

The 9:30 Club is a legendary concert venue in Washington, D.C.

She has recently released a video clip for the single, so be sure to check it out.

I’m very much looking forward to her upcoming album! I can’t wait for the upcoming hits she will create with her ukulele!