Accepting the moment you fall for someone new is refreshing. Award-winning recording artist and singer-songwriter Kathryn Cloward "felt elevated, refreshed level of clarification" for what was meant to happen next.
Of course, what happened next was her latest single, "I Fell For You," a passionate and "a-ha!" moment kind of love song where everything fell into her lap all at once. She's no stranger to creating expressive, liberating, and rejuvenating songs. The same can be said about "I Fell For You," one of Kathryn Cloward's most personal pieces written during the Covid-19 lockdown.
With all that time to reflect on what she was feeling, Cloward jumped into her lyrical wordplay to piece together a conceptual song that tracked her devotion to someone who's never let her down. She even shared a passionate visual alongside director Mike Brueggemeyer for the "I Fell For You" music video. Everything from Cloward's emotional performance to her laying on a bed, daydreaming, and longing for someone's touch makes it an incredibly engaging visual experience. More recently, Kathryn Cloward shared her two cents on the Uvalde school shooting with her newest single, "Enough is Enough." "The extreme terror and violence those children and teachers experienced in the final hours of their lives sat with me," she emotionally expressed.
Learn more about the recording artist and hear Kathryn Cloward's latest singles, "Enough is Enough" and "I Fell For You," on all digital streaming platforms.