Born Christina Ann O’Connor, Constance is a Canadian singer-songwriter formally known for her work in Electro-Pop band NÉONHÈART, whom have been featured on Billboard, YourEDM, Earmilk, and Spotify playlists including New Music Friday, CrateDiggers, and electroNOW.
She recently released her third single Paradise. It has a nostalgic undertone.
The song sounds so good. I like the soft acoustic guitar work. Besides, the hooks are impressive. Furthermore, I’m also a fan of the soothing vocals and pop grooves.
Lyrically, Constance delivers. Every sentence has meaning.
On the single, the artist says: :“Paradise is a consultation song discussing the perceived loneliness and isolation that had been felt by a loved one. I think oftentimes when humans are faced with hardship it is easy to feel like we’re alone, unloved or misunderstood, but true liberation comes when you’re able to have honest vulnerable conversations around feelings of unworthiness or unhappiness. A good friend once told me – any burden is always lighter shared – and that stuck.”
Constance radiates power. Her music connects with people.
The song deserves to be heard. It’s real art.
You can stream Paradise on SoundCloud or Spotify!