Talented singer-songwriter Claudia Balla drops ‘baby’

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Following the release of her acclaimed new studio album ALICE, Claudia Balla has returned with another video from the project, this time for the emotional track ‘baby’.

Claudia said: “The video and song discuss the everyday difficulties, obstacles and hardship that may occur in a relationship, but what really matters in the end of the day is whether the bond and devotion between the two people is able to withstand these challenges or not.”

Based in Switzerland, Claudia Balla is a singer-songwriter who has established her name as an

exciting talent and one to watch. Claudia entered the scene in 2013 with her debut album

“Enough”. The record combined soft, stripped-down melodies with powerful piano ballads which made her a force to be reckoned with in the European music scene and paved the way for bigger things to come.

In 2016, Claudia released her sophomore album, “Fire”, featuring her statement single “Perfect”. The thought-provoking song powerfully deals with the current social status of women and the challenges still imposed on women around the world. The contemporary pop production, dark harmonic elements and honest lyrics resonated within the hearts of listeners across the world.

Her song, “Miracle” (featuring Mané), tackles the delicate and pressing issue of climate change. The track is accompanied by a captivating music video which vividly highlights the devastating effects of climate change with images of human consumption on the planet.

She also recorded a bilingual, winter-themed duet with the renowned Swiss singer, Sonia Grimm (“Likely/Si vous saviez”). With her new album “ALICE”, Claudia invites us into her own version of Wonderland; a sombre and sometimes lonely dystopia, but portrayed in a delicate, hopeful, and relatable manner. Gravitating back sonically to her previous work, Claudia also stretches her songwriting further, both melodically and lyrically.

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