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Spiritual Pop Artist Cynthia Angelica Pens 'flatline' In Aftermath Of Mass Shootings
Maryland-based songwriter collaborates with award-winning producer Dave Mallen to release second single
By: Cynthia Angelica Music
"Our world is bleeding, and somehow, we've lost our way as a people," said Cynthia Angelica. "'Flatline' ponders the state of our country that is overcome with such chaos, hatred, and senseless violence. Specifically, it was inspired by my sister, a travel nurse, who was in the vicinity of a mass shooting. Luckily, she is still with us today, but I realize that a growing number of people are faced with a different outcome."
World is bleeding
We lost our meaning
Can't you see it?
Can't you see it?
With influences ranging from Tori Amos to Kim Walker-Smith to Richard Smallwood, evident of her gospel
music roots, Cynthia Angelica is a natural storyteller. She joins the D.C. area music scene with more than a
decade of experience as a higher education executive ghostwriter and freelance writer. Cynthia Angelica is now putting pen to paper to share her own message, one that inspires listeners to believe in all they are and can become.
The accompanying music video for "Flatline"
"'Flatline' was one of the last songs I wrote for the project, and it serves as a pair to 'The Start,' another song from my album," shared Cynthia Angelica. "Symbolically, the songs represent death and life, a rebirth of sorts. Together, they remind us to hold on to hope even in the face of hopelessness. Throughout our history, we've found a way to do just that. And we will find a way again.
Learn more at www.cynthiaangelica.com.
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