ANDREA BELITA*

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This is to help people familiarize with my music, career, passions, and find a way to connect.

ALBUM RELEASED!

Andrea Belita* a concept album taking you through the highs and lows that you and I feel as we move through the hardships and triumphs in love.

The album begins with Fell Apart, an upbeat tune with ABBA influence that tells of a relatioship I had that ended as quickly as it began. Sometimes we get lost in the excitement of a budding love because it’s new, fun, and crazy. Before you know it, it’s gone and you have no idea what happened. Whirlwind you came around, the first line of the song after a dramatic, heartfelt chorus intro perfectly describes the tone of the song. It’s cheerful, lighthearted beat makes you think twice about the lyrics that tell a sad love story. It ends with a 90’s love song fade and you end up singing about sandcastles the rest of the day!

I wrote Letting Go as a way to talk myself into moving on after a relationship that had been going back and forth for a little while. I felt so much pain and so much hurt. I felt unwanted, but the signals were from him were mixed and I was head over heels. The song describes the pain, insecurity, and hurt that often accompanies forced relationships. It might take you back to that teenage love or those twenty-something relationships that you desperately wanted to work out, but wouldn’t. You might be able to relate to the way I had to talk myself into moving on and letting go because I knew it would be for my good. If I would only let go, I could find what could genuinely and willingly become mine.

After that rough relationship, I spent at least once a week Going Dancing. I was going to just go have fun! With this song, you can let go and put on those faded jeans that fit [you] real nice. That line is one of my faves. It just might become your favorite in the song! Oh, and make sure you bring those neon shoes. The song has a fun pop drum and trumpet centered instrumentation that will get you dancing.

Sparkling Sky is where I’m to a point where I really figure out what I want again and not going to take less in love. It’s a don’t be like everyone else anthem, starting the song that way. Do what is best for you and be open about what you need and are looking for. I hope the chorus hook echoing sparkling sky, will take you back to a moment where you were standing under the stars with someone you were getting to know and that was first kiss with that person, not when you were mindlessly sitting on a couch.

I wrote Painted as an idealistic hope of the kind of love that I wanted to one day feel for someone. The background vocals give it a transcendent chant that fills the atmosphere with sincerity of the hope of love we all long to find.

Friday Night is a release of energy to the weekend dance scene as I reflect on the moments in my life when I hoped for something very strongly that could quickly change on the dime of another’s individual choice.  Friday Night takes a panorama of my life that loses hope of love only to believe that it will come back to me when I accept and love who I am.

I’m Yours epitomizes deep affectionate love for my husband. It’s the kind of love that flows as continuously as it regenerates ever more stronger through time itself.  I wrote it for him on the first Valentine’s Day that we were married...one year ago. It came when I had a realization that I had never felt love and trust as I now did with him. The words I love you come out of our mouths often and although they are special and meaningful, I wanted to be able to describe more about why I say I love you to him, so I wrote this song. I’m Yours is like a timeless black and white photo that stands for a couple's love centuries after they have passed this earth. Elvis Presley, Can't Help Falling in Love has been my fave for a while, but I'm Yours is my new favorite love song.