Alicia Lov is a Spanish-Canadian singer-songwriter based in Edmonton, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a sad piano-pop ballad, entitled, “I’m Sorry.”
Alicia Lov – “I’m Sorry” single
“Lonely, I know I can be lonely, but I can’t be the only one who’s going through… empty the smile that left from your cheeks, it must have been the cold feet that made me hurt you too. You’re not coming home but I can’t let you go. I know you don’t want me anymore. I didn’t know that you’d close every single door. If it all ends tomorrow, I’d wish you weren’t somewhere else ‘cause I’d still go anywhere, anywhere with you.” – Alicia Lov explained
‘I’m Sorry’ tells a heartfelt tale about a young woman who reaches the breakup point with her significant other. Apparently, their once budding relationship has come to an end, and they have to go their own separate ways. It’s painful to bear because neither one of them wants to leave the other person behind. Later, in a nice way, the woman tells her partner, “I’m sorry, I couldn’t stay the old me. I know that you needed me but I left you behind. I’m not coming home, still can’t let you go.”
‘I’m Sorry’ contains a relatable narrative and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with fans of Billie Eilish, Lana Del Rey, and Adele. The unhappy tune possesses moody piano-driven instrumentation flavored with a gloomy emo-pop vibration. Furthermore, “I’m Sorry” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Alicia Lov in the near future as she continues to release new music.
“When I watched you bleed, blood dripping on concrete, there were no tears in my eyes.”
“‘I’m Sorry’ tells a story of mistakes, heartbreak, and regret. I wrote this song during a difficult chapter in my life and this was my way of expressing my emotions and finding closure. I hope listeners can connect and relate to it in their own way.” – Alicia Lov explained
Unconstrained by a single genre, Alicia Lov welcomes the exploration of different styles and sounds to accurately capture the integrity of her music. Her creative process is rooted in personal experience, and influenced by artistic expressions throughout mediums.
As a dancer, Alicia Lov was raised in an environment of appreciation for creativity. She plans on maintaining artistic growth as a dancer alongside her music career. Her previously released singles (Criminal, Magnetic, Talk) are raw retellings of Alicia’s own emotional journeys and speak to her passion for authenticity in songwriting. She intends to explore her Spanish roots through her music in the future. Always writing and creating more music, Alicia is one to watch so don’t miss out.
“I’m Sorry” single
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