“‘Say No’ was written in LA with producer French Braids. I wrote it during a time when I couldn’t let go of a relationship I was recklessly reliant on. I knew that I needed to move on from it, but I didn’t know how to and really didn’t want to. So, I just kept going back to it.” – Danelle Sandoval
The Victoria Innocenzi-directed video finds Sandoval lying comfortably in bed. She’s alone and craving for her man’s touch. Also, flashback scenes are sprinkled every now and then to remind us of Sandoval’s relationship status.
‘Say No’ contains a relationship storyline, soothing vocals, and danceable instrumentation embedded with pop elements.
“I was in a weird creative funk in LA, I kept going to sessions not knowing what to write or just didn’t connect with what I was writing about. I lived in LA practically all my life and at some point, I started to feel a little jaded. It wasn’t until I wrote with French Braids in LA, he was visiting from Toronto, where things started to really click. From there, I made the most spontaneous decision of my life to semi-base myself in Toronto and split time between cities.” – Danelle Sandoval
‘Hands’ is a seductive tune oozing with the pleasure-seeking thought of romance. Also, it contains an intimate storyline, silky-smooth vocals, melodic melodies, and lush instrumentation perfumed with a charismatic bounce.
“I’m tired of losing all the time. The tears I make went dry. Don’t know if I can take it or fake it. We push and pull we don’t give up. I think I’ve had enough.” – lyrics
‘Careless’ tells the tale of a woman who’s had enough in trying to make her relationship work. After failing in trying to patch things up with her significant other, she wants to exit their union which was once boomin’ with happiness.
The song contains a bittersweet storyline, sincere vocals, and groovy instrumentation perfumed with an r&b/electronic vibe.
“Slow down, I know your heart is racing. Love bound, we’re both accelerating. Come by, we should take our time. So what, you’ve been manipulated. Shut out, It got too complication. And now, you say you’re make it right.” – lyrics
‘Capacity’ tells the tale of a woman who questions her significant other’s heart. She knows he wants her. But does he have the capacity in his heart to be able to love her the way she wants to be loved? An interesting question she needs answers to.
The song contains a relatable storyline, soothing vocals, and lively instrumentation embedded with tropical/electro-house elements.
Danelle Sandoval – “For Love” EP
“For Love” EP via Spotify
In conclusion, Danelle Sandoval’s “For Love” EP is an ear-welcoming chill pop/r&b project based on relationship issues. We recommend adding it to your personal playlist.
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