Vic Allen has released her second single of 2020 in the shape of Healing, which comes five months after the talented artist shared a studio version of I Can. You can listen to the track here.
Allen, who is from Norwich originally, has found ways to be creative during lockdown and one of those ways was finishing off this particular project, which she actually started back in 2019.
Speaking about the song, Allen explained that it’s about starting to come through the other side of heartbreak and/or trauma and start to do things that make you feel yourself again.
“I actually started recording Healing last year with Kaity Rae,” Allen said. “I added some final touches with Sue McMillan earlier this year, but lockdown hit before we finished, so we managed to finalise everything via Zoom.
“This song is about getting through a long period of sadness or suffering and realising you’re finally starting to feel like your old self again. I wrote it after a close friend had been through a break up that took a while to recover from.
“I took inspiration from both her story and emotions and struggles I’ve personally gone through in the past.”
Despite the pandemic, Vic Allen has still found a way to make 2020 a strong year. The artist was due to take part in the Song Suffragettes tour and indeed did take part in the virtual showing as part of Country Music Week Digital.
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