With its catchy conversational melodies and woah-ohs, Sam paints a picture of his girlfriend, who seems to be a somewhat muse at this point, having inspired a few of his other songs. He describes her as looking like heaven and how she’s the type of person who hates when others get worried.
A lightweight ukelele verse brings us down before lifting us back up into a sing-along summer chorus. Mamma Mia Girl seems the perfect song to listen to in the garden with friends while we all ignore the increasingly chilly nights that signal the end of another summer. Intensely sweet and optimistic, Mamma Mia Girl is sure to soften the harsh blow that is the beginning of the colder, darker months.
Sam has navigated the pandemic with style, racking up over 50,000 monthly listeners and has received attention from BBC Introducing. With singles like Cloud 9 and In Time, She’s Mine gaining significant attention, Sam and Sounds is sure to be moving on to big things soon as indie pops next big thing.