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REVIEW – Aro Uses Lyricism Without Tears To Romanticize Her Avoidant Tendencies In Relationships


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REVIEW – Aro Uses Lyricism Without Tears To Romanticize Her Avoidant Tendencies In Relationships

American singer and songwriter Aro (arrow) releases her debut single, “Let Me Go”

Aro starts the song by laying down the lyrics telling the story of heartbreak from the perspective of a routine saboteur, topped up with a unique vocal charisma that instantly drags you into her world with a heartfelt musical performance


Romanticizing her avoidant tendencies in relationships and, likening herself to powerful forces of nature that seek to create chaos and destruction. The piece was inspired by the dark feminine archetypes represented in mythology across ancient cultures (and more mundanely, a breakup). For ARO, destruction and creation are two sides of the same coin. Aro worked with alternative pop producer, Caden Jester, to create the instrumental for this piece and recorded it from her DIY home studio


Neurodivergence is a consistent theme that she explores in her art, giving a platform to the inner chaos that comes from living in a one-size-fits-all culture. ARO thrives in the liminal, refusing to live inside boxes or the expectations of others. She prides herself in intentionally creating a life where all parts of herself are free to show up, and hopes to inspire others to do the same.


You can give a listen to “Let Me Go” below and make sure you give a follow to stay tuned with Aro future releases

REVIEW – Aro Uses Lyricism Without Tears To Romanticize Her Avoidant Tendencies In Relationships



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