Sindy Hoxha is a vibrant pop artist with a colourful background.
The Albanian singer/songwriter was born and raised in Italy before relocating to New York where her music career has been able to flourish. Taking inspiration from the likes of Billie Eilish, Tate McRae, Jessie Murph and JVKE, Sindy combines her love of the sad pop genre with her rich cultural background to create something that is unique to her own.
With a handful of singles under her belt, the Brooklyn based artist is now unveiling her latest track “feeling blue.” Taking a more mellow approach to her sound, this ballad is certain to tug at your heartstrings, with delicate piano melodies allowing for Sindy’s vocals to shine, as she narrates a story of heartbreak. Oozing with sincerity and authenticity, her raw vocals show every ounce of emotion.
Sindy confides, “Just by reading the title of the song, “feeling blue”, one may already guess it’s going to be a sad song. And it is in fact a song about a heartbreak. “feeling blue” is generally inspired by intricate love stories displayed in movies, and what I imagine a heartbreak from a significant other could feel like.”
Produced by Aaron (MrLab) Monroe (Missy Elliott) and engineered by Harry (Savion Studio) Conyers (Jay Sean, Stephanie Mills, Colonel Abrams), “feeling blue” succeeds in portraying the deep ache of longing and sadness. Emanating a cold and wintery vibe, “feeling blue” sonically compares the sadness and frustration within the lyrics to the cold and blustery weather of winter. The songwriter explains the process, sharing, “I just let my emotions flow from my mind to my fingertips, to finally the keys.” The main underlying theme is the aftermath of wishful thinking, which as humans many of us experience, as Sindy sings, “What was I doing?”
With the hope to encourage listeners to let go of toxic relationships, whether that be friendships or relationships, and to regain their confidence, Sindy shines bright with “feeling blue.” Ending 2022 on a high, Sindy Hoxha is in for an exciting year ahead.