Ella Thompson is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Australia. Not too long ago, he released a lovely retro-soul single, “Never Fight The Way You Feel,” via HopeStreet Recordings.
Ella Thompson – “Never Fight The Way You Feel”
“Never Fight The Way You Feel” finds Ella Thompson confronting a deep yearning for a connection with her significant other. The songs explore the ways in which “time can create distance with the important people and our lives can move in opposite directions.” Thompson reflects on how “We never really know what’s going on until we ask.”
“Never Fight The Way You Feel” is the second single lifted from Thompson’s upcoming jazz-imbued debut album, “Domino.” It’s a perfect tune for anyone who wants to hear their companion express how they feel wholeheartedly. The song is also a mellow slice of love pie best served on a cozy night in front of a warm fireplace, where you are cuddled up with the one you love the most.
“Never Fight The Way You Feel” contains sparse production, cinematic strings, and a nice bassline. Inspired by the music of Italian Giallo film scores of the 1970s, particularly composers such as Piero Piccioni, alongside modern masters including Adrian Younge, “Never Fight The Way You Feel” guides listeners deeper into the alluring world of Ella Thompson.
Ella Thompson – “Never Fight The Way You Feel” single