So you want a brand-new pop tune for your playlist. I have the ideal song for you: Alessandra Boldrini's "Neighbor's Door." The singer-songwriter has returned with a new song called "Neighbour's Door," in which she takes listeners on a journey through the story of a lost romance, to which I'm sure many may relate.
The song opens with seductive pop synths, and we hear our vocalist quickly revealing what happened in the relationship. The lines will strike a chord with anybody who has dealt with being cheated on and then moving on. This single is fascinating, it emphasizes the power of getting out of a toxic relationship, finding your qualities and value, and enjoying the freedom of being completely over that person and gaining your confidence back without them.
At first, she sings to her ex "You look so happy now, I should see myself out" Here she’s saying how her ex is happy, and that the singer should move on with her life but later the lyrics take a turn "I’m so happy now, and I saw myself out" now she’s the one who moved on, is seeing someone and closed the chapter forever never going back to that ex-lover.
The song is incredibly upbeat and enjoyable, especially with her voice, and it makes you feel happy. Boldrini has a highly cheerful tone; she can make an extremely depressing tune sound upbeat. Her voice is incredibly lovely, and it quickly makes me genuinely smile. The words of this song are what I find most endearing since they so eloquently describe human feelings, such as how initially all of your concentration is on your ex and how they appear content and moved on, but as soon as you get over that feeling you start concentrating on yourself. The writing is incredibly authentic and sincere.
If you're a true pop aficionado, you should definitely listen to this song. It ticks all the boxes for the music you need on your playlist and is also addicting, entertaining, and relatable. Show her some love by listening to "Neighbor's door" on Spotify and following Alessandra Boldrini on all of her social media platforms.