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Gabriella - Butterflies
Gabriella - Butterflies

Gabriella Traces The Transforming Contours of The Heart in New Pop Track, Butterflies

Butterflies are famous for being symbols of rebirth, transformation, and metamorphosis. These ideals can be especially empowering during difficult times. In her latest single, Butterflies, Gabriella traces the journey through heartache and grief, coming out of it flaming with wisps of strength and wisdom. The singer-songwriter and pop artist is known for her narrative driven, story-telling tracks that resonate with the listener. With her universality tweaked to suit her idiosyncratic artistic persona and style. Listeners of Demi Levato, Miley Cyrus, and Kelly Clarkson are sure to enjoy the uplifting and inspiring tendrils of this artist’s work. 

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The track has a melodic pop style, dressed in frills of synths and soulful vocals. Her low tonal timbre conveys the weight of personal experience. And playing into a flared rhythm, the beats are incredibly lively, as they lead the track to a blooming climax. Gabriella weaves her music with impactful emotions. It manifests in every element to form sentimental sonic tapestries that cohesively reflect the affectations of the human heart. She debuted last year (2022) with her hit single, Stranger To You. This track follows the artist’s single, Only You, which was released earlier this year (2023). 

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The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

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