Confession is a musical love letter to someone from the past who you’ve had an undeniable chemistry and connection with but couldn’t make it work. The song is about the two of you being drawn together, but ultimately the timing wasn’t right. It’s possible that you weren’t ready for the kind of commitment that person sought. Maybe you needed more time to figure out what you want and get to know yourself better. In the process of doing that, your behavior can confuse or hurt people around you when you can’t express what you’re feeling because you aren’t sure either. As frustrating as it may be to end up in this position, it’s also a sign of growth. The more you learn about who you are, the stronger you become. There’s nothing wrong with making choices that reflect your ideals. However, before you can accomplish that, you’ll doubt yourself a lot, which will impact, for example, a connection.
The lyrics are richly meaningful, and the instrumental accompaniment makes it perfectly suited for both pop radio airplay and soundtracks to fall romantic comedies. The song draws on a mix of musical influences from the 1990’s but with a current “2022” feel. It isn’t often I find a song that combines lyrics and instrumentation in this way, which was why I had to review it. Confession will take you through a journey of self-discovery – trust me on this one! It encapsulates everything we value about good music – it’s originality and performance will make you feel like Rose Ranger is singing directly to you.