Dutch writer - Founder of Lefuturewave - Music enthusiast
When Zoë Ferguson wrote Calories, she dealt with an eating disorder. She needed an outlet to express how she was feeling, so she sat down and started writing.
Ferguson hopes that Calories will help give a voice to those who are currently battling eating disorders. The lyrics touch on a lot of the thoughts that many of us often keep bottled up inside.
This song has the potential to have a significant impact on society. Body image issues are really common, but it can be hard to talk about them openly. Ferguson helps to change that, and I think that’s wonderful.
Calories features an engaging pop production. It builds up steadily and leads you into Zoë’s world. She sings with a comforting, honest tone. Her delivery is powerful enough to leave you speechless.