K.K Lewis is feeling the lockdown blues in her soulful sophomore single, ‘Good Enough’

Dublin’s rising indie-soul artist K.K Lewis makes a glorious return with the release of her sophomore single, ‘Good Enough’. The track follows on from her incredible debut, Loop Nowwhich gained the Irish songstress a number of rave reviews from music tastemakers, including a placement on Hot Press’ ‘Ones To Watch’ list for 2021.

Hoping to replicate her past successes with Lewis stays true to her folk roots whilst still embracing modern writing influences from the likes of Biig Piig and Joy Crookes. In ‘Good Enough’, Lewis dissects female body image and self-esteem through skilled songwriting and a cleverly directed music video courtesy of K.K Lewis herself and Louis Maxwell.

With lyrics wrapped in sultry, almost dreamy vocals, the young, singer-songwriter offers a bitingly honest outlook on living in these unprecedented times. Inspired by her own battles with self-confidence, K.K Lewis penned ‘Good Enough’ as a response, hoping that others like her would be able to relate to the single and know that they’re not alone.

Speaking on the release, K.K Lewis shares:

“[My world] existed entirely through my phone and watching other people’s lives. I have always struggled with my body image growing up and comparing myself to others, however lockdown really skyrocketed these emotions.This track was like a form of therapy for me, all of these bottled-up emotions spilling out at once and I knew I needed it to be on the EP. I allowed myself to be vulnerable in a way that I have never expressed before. Through the video and through the lyrics of this song I hope some people can resonate with my story and it helps them feel less alone.”


Listen to K.K Lewis – Good Enough

 

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