Raffaella is a singer-songwriter based in Manhattan, New York. Not too long ago, she released a lyric video for her “NASA’s Fake” single.
Raffaella – “NASA’s Fake”
“I bought a coffee and my name’s spelled wrong. I’m sick of listening to my favorite song. I’m losing followers and gaining weight. How much can I take? I’ve got so many problems, I can’t solve, I can’t stop them. So I’m gonna go, gonna drop them off at home with my mama. Jesus Christ give me a break. Is there a pill I can take? – lyrics
‘NASA’s Fake’ tells an interesting tale of a problematic young woman who finds issues with numerous things she encounters during the course of a day.
The playful tune contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and lush instrumentation flavored with indie-pop and alternative elements.
Raffaella – “NASA’s Fake” single
“The night we wrote it I got home and showed it to my sister. Then, soon after, I started complaining to her about something stupid and momentary and she started singing the song back to me. Right away, I realized my problems were really not that bad. That’s what the song’s meant for, it’s like a reminder you can dance to.” – Raffaella
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