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Alanna Vullo Introduces An Outstanding Track With "We Fall"

Introducing upcoming artist Alanna Vullo who is a resident of Canberra, being a 17 year old Alanna’s voice has been described as beyond beautiful, and assured well beyond her years. Alanna says “I don’t think a day goes by where I don’t listen to music or write down my thoughts. I don’t know that I could even go to sleep without music”. Her style is authentic and developing and it’s not surprising that she claims she’s no longer the same person who wrote “Breathless’ as a 15 year old. “I feel that the process of making music, as well as being lucky enough to have a producer I admire as a mentor, has given me the confidence to discover who I want to be and how I want my music to evolve.”

Following the release of her newest track "We Fall" projects a beautiful track that will sit perfectly for any occasion. Starting the track with a slow and mellow beat leading onto her soft and capturing vocals. It's Alanna’s second collaboration with ARIA winning producer Adrian Breakspear (Gang of Youths, CLEWS, Johnny Hunter), and was co-written with Adrian and Justine Eltakchi (whose writing credits include “Proud” for Casey Donovan, and “Green Light” with Jasmine Rae). "We Fall" has a blend of laid back R&B, synthwave and alt pop influences with an epic outro chorus. To further explain this track a bit further it's about fate, destiny and timing which can ultimately make or break something special. You know, that feeling when things happen too quickly or not quickly enough, and you feel like you’ve just stepped into a chaotic waterfall of your own thoughts. Whether that is a relationship or something else is up to the listener to decide. It's surely relatable and definitely a track to check out. Go stream "We Fall" and check out her discography that is filled with other amazing tracks.

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