Cassidy King is a talented singer-songwriter from Chardon, Ohio. Not too long ago, she released a contemporary-emo-pop tune, entitled, “No Harm.”
Cassidy King – “No Harm” single
“Why don’t we ask questions anymore? Do we even want an answer? Are we too insecure? I can’t make all of your problems disappear. And you won’t have a solution that I wanna hear. I don’t mean no harm. I don’t mean to start sh*t. But I would break your heart if I let down my guard. I don’t mean no harm.” – lyrics
‘No Harm’ tells an intriguing tale about a young woman who doesn’t understand why her significant other is still standing by her side. Apparently, she doesn’t mean her partner any harm but knows very well that she’s been wasting her partner’s precious time. Therefore, she wants to know how her partner feels about their relationship because she doesn’t want to break her partner’s heart. Later, she tells her partner, “You can’t make it right,” because, “Nothing lasts forever and some things won’t get better.”
‘No Harm’ contains a relationship-based narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. The moody tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with a contemporary-emo-pop vibration. Furthermore, “No Harm” follows on the heels of Cassidy King’s previously released single, entitled, “Danger.”
“This wasn’t the end, it was over from the start.”
Cassidy King comes from a small town (of only 5,000 people) snuggled in the outskirts of the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio. At an early age, she discovered what has become a lifelong passion for music, inspired by everyone from Fiona Apple to Paramore.
Finding herself in a recording studio never seemed like a possibility until a friend’s video of Cassidy singing in her dormitory stairwell went viral on Twitter. She spent the next few years attending college and waitressing during the day to pay for studio time at night. Releasing her debut EP, “Not so Picture Perfect,” in 2020, Cassidy felt the liberation of self-acceptance and identifying a genuine path as an artist.
“No Harm” single
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