With a pop with soft breath and languid resonances, here is Cristina Hart who reveals I’m a Mess. In a jostled puzzle of soft percussions and synths with psychedelic bursts. With graceful swings and a delicate groove, she weaves a languid pop. Hustle, mixing lightness and caresses, Grains declines, poetry filled with a tender rhythm which strikes, under a sweet song. The chorus is very catchy and Cristina’s vocal performance is very professional which definitely shows how talented she is. Written while unable to speak or sing and prescribed on antibiotics. ‘I’m a Mess’ projects an unfiltered image of how Cristina Hart saw herself at that point in her life. She had finally admitted that not being on her A-game 24/7 was okay – a message that has captivated audiences with its relatability. In a world obsessed with perfection, Cristina sings that it is our kinks and glitches that make us human, now more than ever.
For the past few decades, pop music has relied on the same tropes—sex, heartbreak, love, empowerment. But the Swiss-born, Spanish and Brazilian, London-based pop songwriter Cristina Hart is bringing a much needed fresh perspective. With the range of Halsey, the candor of Ariana, and the independent savvy of Lauv, it won’t be long before Cristina will transcend her well-entrenched Sofar Sounds circuit. Her debut EP ‘Sell a Dream’, which was recorded independently between Cristina’s bedroom and her boyfriend’s studio, proves that she’s a talent in her own lane.
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