[New Release] SOULIGHTSListening through this album feels like secretly listening to a story kept deep inside someone’s heart. The lead single “Crush” takes listeners back to a night they had trouble admitting they had fallen in love. When a friend or stranger slowly takes a bigger place in our hearts, we tend to reminisce the time when our previous loves came to an end. Most of this feeling stems from the fear of stepping into a bush full of thorns when our scars have just managed to heal.
Though she had trouble accepting it, the singer is already thinking of ways to show her feelings in the next track.
Rather than employing commonly used tropes, the album provides a rather unique set of love songs.
By Shon Ji-hye
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