Oftentimes releases of this nature can grow stale, and uninteresting in their presentation, not with Dyllan Hersey's piece however.
Hersey's voice is quite the fascinating one... it's heavy and deep... sad but tough. I hear a lot of female vocals reviewing albums, and it seems like a lot kind of cop out and give us a light and cutesy vocal (especially in acoustic productions) devoid of any talent or soul. Hersey's vocal is quite unique... in that it is simply genuine.
Songs tend to be melancholy, with bouts of hope often being diminished... a real longing behind reservation can be heard in these tracks.
Tracks like "You're The One That I Want" sound more heartbreaking than most, with lyrics that implore: "Well you better shape up, cause I need a man...".
Dylan Hersey's self titled album is available via her Bandcamp page.