Luxembourg-raised talent and activist C’est Karma is still only 20-years old, yet carries a vocal that immediately grips any listener. With sincere lyricism and beautifully melodic productions, this is one artist to watch.
‘Coffee’ serves as a moving goodbye to the innocence of childhood, and was inspired by the artist’s move away from her home town to Amsterdam.
“Coffee’ is a song about growing up. I moved away from home for the first time this year. It was a strange and at the same time very liberating experience. This process also made me very aware of the fact that I am growing up. I’m leaving my adolescence behind and staring straight into adulthood’s eyes. I wanted to take the simple and subtle changes in my life and turn them into a metaphor for my own adulting. However, all these changes also come with existential fears, and insecurities I never knew I had. The fear of living an adult life, of being caught in an endless circle, the insecurity that the most exciting part of life will soon come to an end. ‘Coffee’ is a very introspective and intimate song, both musically and lyrically.”
Taken from the forthcoming EP ‘Amuse Bouche’ (out 13th May 2022).