South Florida singer-songwriter Savannah Cristina describes her music as “soul therapy,” and — upon one listen of her latest — it’s hard not to agree with that description. Today, she reveals a new single titled “Comfortable,” which sees her telling her significant other — and the listener — to relax and leave the work up to her:
“Turn off your phone, you’ve been stressing, just leave it, take it easy/
I’ll give the love and affection, you’ve been needing, come see me/
So you should unwind with me, you should confide in me, come lie with me/
And I’ll give the best of me, cause you should be next to me.../”
The self-directed visual sees the breathtaking artist performing the song in different locations within what looks like her residence, giving off an aura that makes it easy for anyone to lower their stress levels.
She further explains her approach to creating music via press release:
“The vibe is therapeutic. It’s bright, yet it covers heavy topics in a healing manner. When it comes to my lyrics, I go deep. At the same time, the delivery is warm. I’ll speak on something painful in a way to mend those wounds with harmonies and soft vocals. I write about what I’m going through at the moment and sing from the soul. It might hurt at first, but hopefully, you feel renewed and refreshed at the end. The more I express myself, the more it resonates, so I’m letting it flow.”
Prior to “Comfortable,” Savannah Cristina released a slew of equally amazing singles, including “Selfish 2020,” “Belong To The Streets,” “What You Won’t Do,” and “Self-Care,” all of which match the warm, restorative vibe that she brings forth. Prior to the aforementioned drops, she also delivered the 2018 project Florida Girl. Armed with a new Warner Records partnership, fans can expect to hear even more from Savannah Cristina in the months to come.
In the meantime, you can enjoy “Comfortable” below.