Sunday , October 2 2022

Lavara’s Eerie Single “I Need to Know” Is Released.

Bruno Levesque, currently known artistically as Lavara, is a Paris-based artist who is influenced by James Blake, Bon Iver, and others, to bring back the Indie-Folk and Electronica sonorities that have now become his hallmark. The Paris-based singer has established a reputation for engaging and intense concerts, almost feeling the calmness in his songs.

Lavara’s latest single, “I Need To Know,” is a passionate one. The most significant part of music is its approach and creativity. The song’s queries reverberate out into nothingness, carried by voices that croak, call out, and whisper amid an immersive electronic atmosphere, resonating with vulnerability, forthrightness, and treachery. The strong vocal delivery conveys the intensity of the heart’s ardor.

The tension in the words propels “I Need To Know.” The lines connect to the expectation and desire for love, as well as being welcomed in love and seeking answers about what love is and if it fades with time, as the singer wishes to know if it is possible to love each other the way we did 10 years ago. “I Need To Know” is a wonderful song, and critics have praised it as honest.

The music of the song is centered on a clear piano rhythm that is emotionally amplified by the string elements. The zeal of the vocal delivery never fades; it steadily rises with aggression and emotion in the song. The words are most to catchy rhythms, making a lasting impression on listeners who empathize with Lavara amid a fading relationship. “I Need To Know,” filled with attitude and raw emotion, is a fascinating look at human complexity in current life.

Listen to “I Need To Know” by Lavara on Spotify and let us know what you think. Cheers!

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