Toronto singer-songwriter Jacqueline Tucci has shared a gritty new track called “Fear.”
The powerful, yet dreamy tune opens with a catchy bass line before exploding into an energetic, guitar-driven tune with perfectly wavering vocals. Tucci’s relatable lyricism truly thrives as she delivers lines like, “I climbed the highest mountain, wound up at your door.”
“‘Fear’ is about a time in my life when I felt like I was really searching for something but I didn’t know what it was. The song was born out of those feelings of restlessness and frustration,” Tucci explains. “Working with producer Nops Whileway in Toronto allowed the song to take shape organically, resulting in what I feel is its most honest realization. Sometimes we search for ourselves in various places, people, and things and end up ignoring what’s right in front of us.”
Listen to “Fear” below.
Lead photo courtesy of Max Trinz.