South London soul artist Raelle has returned with her newest single, “Falling,” a smooth and relaxed track that appears to follow the story of falling in and out of love. Although she is quite new to the music scene, Raelle was picked for the “Glastonbury Emerging Artists’ Longlost 2022,” and has performed at renowned venues such as Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room and The Jazz Café London.
“Falling” starts out with a captivating orchestral prelude, which seamlessly transitions into Raelle’s delicate vocals. The verses are accompanied by a simplistic beat, paired with dynamically panned harmonies and a range of brass instruments that produce a mellow sound. The song concludes with a groovy bass making prominence, while Raelle sings the refrain “There she goes.”
“Falling” offers a wonderful listening experience, melding contemporary elements with soulful nostalgia that flawlessly showcases Raelle’s artistic prowess. When asked about her music, Raelle revealed: “It’s not just words on a page or notes being played, it’s all about feelings.” Clearly, her latest work is driven by creative passion, and we can’t wait to see what she does next.
Check out the song below: