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CAPPA’s New Track “There With You Baby” Is An Electro-Pop Ode To Blossoming Love

Right now, everyone can use a break from the news. It’s not easy to take time to disconnect from the world when it feels so essential to constantly be connected. Music is a beautiful way to escape the noise, especially when it feels like everything else has to be taken a million times more seriously than just taking a few minutes to unwind, and listen to something that, I don’t know, makes us feel good?

Electro-pop extraordinaire CAPPA’s new track “There With You Baby” reminds us to indulge in the simple feelings of goodness in the initial stages of a relationship. “I wanted the song to capture that beginning feeling in a relationship when you feel like anything could happen and maybe love isn’t all that bad,” she says.

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It doesn’t matter where you are going as long as the one who means the most to you is at your side. It’s a simple sentiment, but one that can’t be more of a timely reminder amidst our current madness. With catchy melodies and lyrics that reference the Backstreet Boys, “There With You Baby,” has earned CAPPA a spot in a genre that can be overflowing with amateur attempts at creating a carefree sound with clever lyrics. If you’re a fan of artists like Dagny, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Loote, be sure to stay up to date with CAPPA.

CAPPA, aka Carla Cappa, has been on a steady ride to pop stardom since her 2015 breakout track, “Hush.” Her music has been highlighted in major publications like NYLON, Glamour, and Billboard, and has been featured in TV shows like Riverdale and The Bold Type. “There With You Baby” follows the release of CAPPA’s 2020 debut, “Change My Mind (ft. Yuppycult),” a collaboration with Timeflies member Rob ‘Rez’ Resnick.

CAPPA’s next EP is set to be released this summer. Check out “There With You Baby” on your preferred streaming platform now.

 

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