Sylvia Aimee is an artist from the Netherlands whose music belongs to the country-pop genre. As one of the few brave singer-songwriters striving against the odds to take Nashville’s sound to Europe, she’s a symbol. Listeners simply cannot resist dancing when they hear her newest single, Friends. It’s an anthem about feeling like you missed out on true friendship.
There are aspects of Friends‘ instrumentation that stand out as distinctly their own, while it also exhibits influences from female artists like Taylor Swift, Kacey Musgraves, Kelsea Ballerini and Carly Pearce. Sylvia’s voice hits every note with perfect timing.
“I was at a party of my boyfriend’s friends. I watched it all; the trust, the comfort, the history they shared. It touched me, because I have never had a lot of friends. For me, friends always come and go. To process this feeling of loneliness, missing out and jealousy, I wrote this song. I think a lot of people struggle with this theme (friendship), but not a lot of people talk about it,” says Sylvia.
Check out Friends below!