Australian born, South African-raised artist Felicity gives listeners a unique experience with her brand new single, “Happily Paralyzed”. The indie-pop newbie cites artists such as Alanis Morisette as her inspiration and that is certainly apparent especially during the chorus of this particular tune. Although the rock influences are certainly there, Felicity also adds elements of pop, r&b, and experiments with tempo throughout as well. The singer had this to say about her new track:
“Every relationship I’ve ever been in has ended in flames and destruction. I’m always a little more broken and a little less trusting afterward,” Felicity shares. “I think the reasoning behind this is due to the fact that I fall so hard in the beginning that it goes from feeling like pure perfection to heartbreak quickly. I had to put myself in the shoes I was wearing when everything was perfect to write this song because it’s about never wanting a beautiful moment with someone to end.”
Her debut single “Pilot With A Fear Of Heights” gave Felicity the buzz that she needed to break onto the scene. What is great about “Happily Paralyzed” is that she has now proven that she is anything, but predictable. The tracks are distinctly her and significantly different at the same time. There is quite simply nobody else out there like Felicity right now.
Listen to Felicity’s brand new track, “Happily Paralyzed” for yourself below!
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