DOE PAORO – ” Cage Of Habits “

Posted: September 22, 2018 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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What a week. Released a song that I started the lyrics to in 2013 and turned 34. I remember when I was 27 and A&R at a major label told me it was great that I looked so young because they could pitch me as 23. I would never participate in contributing to that unsubscribe from this culture that puts these crazy expectations on people and especially women to achieve at a young age! Many artists learn that their best work comes from experience, which requires time.

Complete with supporting horns, the track takes on a slightly gospel vibe, while still maintaining that catchy pop rhythm and sound that has you putting down your drink at a bar to Google “what song is this?”.  In the track’s music video, the curly-haired songstress contemplates slipping into old habits when it comes to love; an all too relatable feeling. Wandering about a grey-landscaped city, as a listener you are right there alongside her, reminiscing about or realizing that you are stuck in that old cage of habits.

The track follows the already released song “Over” off of the upcoming album. Having already toured and worked with artists such as Bon Iver and Sylvan Esso, Doe Paoro will hit the road again this fall after the release of Soft Power.

by Doe Paoro from the album ‘Soft Power,’ available October 19th

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