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Cathyy Releases a Poignant Heartbreak Anthem, "Craving You"

Hailing from London, England, the compelling pop artist and singer-songwriter Cathyy releases an ode to heartbreak with her latest single, "Craving You."

At the mere age of twenty-three, Cathyy has been making her way around the modern pop scene without an end in sight. Known for her emotional and catchy heartbreak anthems, Cathyy's musical influences stem from acts like Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and Lorde.

Recently releasing her savory and emotional single, "Craving You," Cathyy showcases her immense creativity and vocal prowess while winning any listener over with her relatable lyricism. Not to mention the song's soothing sonic atmosphere; we truly feel a sense of belonging after listening to this brilliant piece.

Delving into "Craving You," the venture begins with Cathyy's melodic and heavenly vocals that serenade us with immense emotion and heart. Alongside a tender and soothing electric guitar, Cathyy begins the listening experience without a dull moment. Once the down-tempo and airy drums pour through our speakers, Cathyy starts to dive deeper into the song's relatable and heavy lyrical theme.

We adore Cathyy's ability to transmute her heartbroken emotions into such a relatable listening experience, especially as she serenades us with fragile words like "-the taste, the rush, the way we touch, I need you close, too close ain't enough." As the song comes to a gentle and chilling end, the soulful electric guitar pierces our speakers one last time, leaving us feeling all sorts of emotions.

Experience the unique and angelic stylings of Cathyy's latest single, "Craving You," and get to know more of her heartbreak anthems on all digital streaming platforms.

Welcome to BuzzMuisc Cathyy, and congratulations on the release of your poignant and emotional single, "Craving You." What inspired you to create this heartbreak anthem?

Thank you! I spent the first few months of my break up really wallowing in self-pity and once the pity party was over I really wanted to write a song that sounded happy, and focus on a playful feeling rather than writing another heartbreaking ballad. I was inspired by that rush of falling in love for the first time last summer and the excitement that feels never-ending!

Was it difficult to reach back into your memories and replay those intimate moments when writing your lyricism for "Craving You?"

I see writing as very therapeutic so it wasn’t that difficult for me to dive into those emotions and memories, it was quite fun to write this one because of how upbeat the track was, however the saddest lyric for me would be “But don’t you promise me forever” just because it shows how my perception on love has changed now.

Why did you choose to fuel the sonic atmosphere with rather organic and tender instrumentals for "Craving You?" Did you have any help when formulating the instrumental arrangements?

I was listening to a lot of Lorde’s music around the time of producing this track with my musician friend, Adam Ward. I love the way her tracks sound and the way she does her vocals! We wanted an 80’s pop influence (which you can kind of hear in Lorde’s music too)and I really adore the electric guitar riffs you hear throughout the song. Craving someone is a natural feeling, we all crave someone or something, and I wanted the instruments to build and build throughout the song, as the feeling gets more intense.

Seeing that you're known for creating heartbreak anthems like "Craving You," do you plan to continue 'milking' these emotions to release more compelling and emotional pieces?

Hahaha, I wouldn’t say I’m milking it that much, I would like to think I won’t be heartbroken forever and will write some happier songs in the near future. But for the meanwhile, enjoy the heartbreak anthems!

What's next for you?

I’ve just started gigging again in London! So, I’m hoping to get a band together and gig a lot more! No new album is in the works as of currently, as I think I need some time to really live my life! But yeah hopefully another new single by the end of the year, who knows.

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