‘Innocent Days’ is Becca James’ bewitching & soulful pop ballad

Becca James‘ latest release, ‘Innocent Days’, is a bewitching and spiritually charged alt-pop offering that draws listeners in with its haunting melodies and ethereal vocals. The song’s opening line, “You’re a liar”, sets a tone of accusation and confrontation, but the powerful combination of piano, strings, and synths imbues the track with a magical quality that speaks to something deeper than mere earthly conflicts.

Here’s what Becca James has to say about this powerful new single:

“’Innocent Days’ questions how to break free of cycles within the self that are ultimately harmful and idealistically return to some level of innocence, whilst recognising that no one is truly without flaws.”

As the song progresses, the songwriter’s soulful and emotive vocals build in intensity, weaving around a deeply personal lyric that explores the darker aspects of human relationships. The chorus, with its soaring melody and layered harmonies, feels like a spiritual awakening, a call to leave behind damaging patterns and embrace a new beginning.

Drawing inspiration from British alt-pop staples like London Grammar and Oh Wonder, Becca James creates a sonic landscape that is both haunting and beautiful, with a powerful sense of emotion that lingers long after the final notes have faded away. With her fierce, brutally honest lyrics and evocative vocals, this artist embodies the presence of a spiritual priestess wielding her alt-pop powers. Truly, this song leads listeners on a journey of self-discovery and growth.

If ‘Innocent Days’ has captured your imagination, then you’ll be pleased to hear that the singer-songwriter has more new material set for release, that’s sure to enchant and inspire listeners throughout this year.

You can also listen to ‘Innocent Days’ in our Shades of Pop playlist.

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