Dutch writer - Founder of Lefuturewave - Music enthusiast
When Eliza Harrison Smith first moved to Nashville, TN a few years ago, she was going through a rough breakup. She based her latest track, Got Away With It, on this personal episode.
The lyrics of the song are incredibly honest. Eliza isn’t afraid to lay all of her emotions out on the table, and that vulnerability is what makes her writing so relatable. We’ve all been there before—feeling betrayed and abandoned, feeling like the other person got away with something while we’re left picking up the pieces.
The song starts with a piano, which sets a sad and vulnerable tone. This reflects the hurt that Eliza experienced after her breakup. As the song progresses, the electric guitars come in, signifying the anger she had toward her ex.
Got Away With It deserves everyone’s full attention, so check it out!