Guided by distant airy synths and round minimal cadences, the latest work by the artist Beth De Bacci, from Bournemouth, in the sunny south of the United Kingdom, brings us the breathtaking vocals of her delicate ‘Loved Like This’.
Cloaked in a tender, rarefied and minimalistic atmosphere, here Beth sprinkles an elegant emotional dust on a track that finds its most beautiful and passionate reading key precisely in the simplicity of the pop genre.
There are no artifices, nor convoluted digressions or acts of exhibitionism in ‘Loved Like This’. Yet, as she almost whispers into our ears, Beth brings us a pleasing shiver as she sings: “And I don’t like the way it feels to be so insecure. But baby I’ve been here once or twice before. And I know I sound insane, maybe I can’t trust my brain but I’ve been thinking, I’ve been thinking.”
The rhythmically pulsing background carpets, the spaces in the mix, filled with balanced reverberations, the soft and airy tense notes: they all combine with organic and magnificent coherence to embellish an aesthetic and a musical delivery full of that feeling of bitter affliction and loss that comes from having to break up a love relationship.
So Beth delves into the theme of the single: “The overall meaning of the song is that you’ve found the person who you think you’re going to spend the rest of your life with, but love isn’t enough to keep the relationship going when there are too many other underlying problems, so even though you love each other more than anything in the world, you have to let each other go.”
After the great success of the debut single ‘Undercover’, with her ‘Loved Like This’ Beth De Bacci seems definitively ready to give the right boost to her recording career. And we can’t wait to hear what comes next.
Listen now to ‘Loved Like This’, the latest single from Beth De Bacci, and find out more about her music, checking the links below: