These days, an artist needs to be more than just a person with a good voice. Artists need to know how to execute a vision, which is something Estella Dawn does well. Her songs are strong and cohesive, highlighting her skills as a singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist, while also touching on the ways she navigates this complex world. Through her music, Estella encourages others to do their best, and with much support from big names in radio to various communities on Spotify, she is making an impact. Adding to the impressive collection of singles she has been releasing for the past few years, Estella gives us her latest, “Easy To Fall.”
On “Easy To Fall,” Estella sings about choosing herself over someone she no longer loves. Over layers of percussion and encouraging piano, she reflects on the weird ride she has been on, but admits that she is “not sorry” for how things played out. Giving us powerful vocals, she sings, “One person I chose for it all / Is now the one I don’t want to call / Isn’t it easy to fall out of love?” You can check it out below.
About the concept of the track, Estella shares,
“I’ve always found it interesting how you can go from loving someone with every fiber of your being, to just well…not.”
You can listen to “Easy To Fall” on platforms like Spotify, SoundCloud, and Apple Music.