Willow Stephens is an LA-based singer-songwriter from Montana. Not too long ago, she released a charming pop tune, entitled, “Paper Cranes”.
Willow Stephens – “Paper Cranes” single
“Folded me up to make me fit. Crisp and clean and white so delicate. I played my part I tried to be your paper doll. But you don’t see me at all.” – lyrics
‘Paper Cranes’ tells a heartfelt tale of a woman who shares a challenging relationship with her significant other. Apparently, they live inside a hard-to-believe paper world, where it’s possible to cut things that aren’t desirable. Even though their artificial feelings have developed over time, the woman still wants to feel something real (e.g., pain or what it’s like to actually bleed).
‘Paper Cranes’ contains a relatable storyline, delicate vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses gentle instrumentation scented with an alternative pop aroma.
Willow Stephens is a name you should remember and a charismatic artist to watch. The bubbly songstress is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist who has strong roots in jazz, folk, R&B, and classical music. She spent the first several years of her career performing as a solo act in and around the coffeehouses of the Pacific Northwest.
‘Paper Cranes’ is featured on her latest album, entitled, “All That Glitters”.
“All That Glitters” album
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