Dutch writer - Founder of Lefuturewave - Music enthusiast
When you move to a new city, you’re taking a risk. You’re leaving everything behind—your family, your friends, your support system. You’re putting yourself out there, in a place where you don’t know a single person.
But that’s the beauty of it. When you take that risk, you open yourself up to a world of possibilities. You might get hired for your dream job, or make new friends who will become your lifelong companions.
Of course, it’s not always easy. There are times when you feel like giving up, or when you feel like you’re not getting anywhere. But that’s when you have to remember why you moved in the first place.
Alison May’s latest release, London Love, revolves around overcoming the hardships of moving to a new city. It’s about finding hope in the midst of chaos and uncertainty. And it’s about learning to love the place you call home, even when it doesn’t feel like home yet.
For Alison, London Love isn’t just a song—it’s an anthem. A reminder that no matter what life throws at you, you can always turn out successful. She wants people to sing their hearts out and live in the moment, because that’s what makes life worth living.
London Love has an amazing sound. The driving drums and catchy guitar melodies are what first jump out at you. But then when you focus on Alison’s powerhouse vocals, you realize what makes London Love so impactful.