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Claudia Fenoglio releases wistful new single ‘Alaska’

Hailing from Cheshire and now based in Leeds. Claudia Fenoglio has drawn in fans and tastemakers with a warm sound and retrospective lyricism. Her inspiration is drawn from looking back at previous life experiences. In the past, her singles have gathered a great reception from radio and allowed her to play at well known music festivals up and down the country.

‘Alaska’ features an eclectic melting pot of instrumentation, with glittery synths, warm keys, touching guitar lines and playful drums. Her vocals dance over the top, with her performance drenched in emotion, pairing well with the thoughtful lyrics in the track. There is plenty of swirling melodies and a dynamic mix of texture, creating a soundscape that entices the listener as it balances the complex with the simple.

Speaking about the single, she says: “Alaska was written about risking everything for a person and it not paying off. It’s also about having dreams and plans with someone and them falling through. I became really drawn into the idea of how two people can go through so much together and have such an emotionally charged journey, but being unable to find happiness when everything around them settles. I had also just finished watching the season finale of Killing Eve and so a lot of the lyrics are really inspired by the narrative and imagery surrounding the two main characters from that show. I thought it would be cool to write about what I could see on screen and from a fictional person's perspective, instead of just about my own feelings. The whole EP is about fearing feeling a certain way forever and Alaska firstly deals with how you can regret someone whilst still missing them.”

'Alaska' is out on streaming platforms now! See below:


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