Aretha Fontaine – “Therapy Notes” EP photo 1
Photo Credit: Karis Beaumont

Exploring Aretha Fontaine’s “Therapy Notes”: An EP of Self-Discovery

Aretha Fontaine (@arethafontaine) is a 26-year-old musical sensation from West London, England, with a Caribbean heritage. Not too long ago, she released a sensational debut EP, “Therapy Notes,” via KV Online Talent.

Aretha Fontaine – “Therapy Notes” EP

Aretha Fontaine – “Therapy Notes” EP cover art
Photo Credit: Karis Beaumont

Aretha forms a launchpad for artistic growth with “Therapy Notes,” an EP’s worth of self-reflective soul and a timeless collection that will undoubtedly solidify her place in music history. Based on her real-life therapy notes, “Therapy Notes” is a project charting the beginning of Aretha’s career, and her journey to becoming a better mother and a better person, while taking listeners on a soulful journey of personal growth and self-discovery.

Living up to this early promise, Therapy Notes’ four tracks are a journey of self-discovery for the singer, offering inspiration for others to go to therapy and understand who they are.

“Flowing” single

Kicking off the release with sultry harmonies and smooth keys, “Flowing” is a sublime slow jam about processing hurt, healing love, and success, and flowing through life just like water.

“Restore My Mind”

Based on an epiphany from a therapy session and soundtracked by a cool bassline, “Restore My Mind” sees Aretha taking the time to breathe after a series of challenging life events such as losing her father and having a child at a young age, and emerging stronger than ever.

“Reassurance (Live Acoustic Session)”

Aretha Fontaine first introduced “Therapy Notes” in September with the lead single, “Reassurance,” establishing her as a rising star in the R&B scene. “Reassurance” offers a change of mood, with melancholic acoustic guitar and gentle piano setting the scene for a touching story about affirmation and communication in relationships.

“Bad Habits” single

Inspired by Megan Good & Tyler’s “Harlem,” “Bad Habits” sees Aretha subverting norms and addressing the mistakes women can make in relationships. Lifted by gorgeous vocal harmonies and ascending chords, it’s a fittingly self-reflective end to a life-affirming EP.

Aretha Fontaine

Aretha Fontaine – “Therapy Notes” EP photo 3
Photo Credit: Karis Beaumont

With a voice that’s a blend of sultry, soulful, and powerful, Aretha Fontaine effortlessly captures hearts and minds. Drawing inspiration from iconic artists like Ms. Lauryn Hill, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Jazmine Sullivan, D’Angelo, and Marvin Gaye, Aretha Fontaine’s music transcends genres and resonates deeply with listeners.

Aretha Fontaine

Aretha Fontaine – “Therapy Notes” EP photo 2
Photo Credit: Karis Beaumont

Aretha’s live performances are nothing short of captivating, leaving audiences mesmerized by her stage presence and undeniable charisma that is poised to become a force to be reckoned with in the music world.

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