Claire Littley, a voice known for her rendition of “Fly Me To The Moon” in the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion, has released her new single “Insecure.”
After a hiatus from music following a personal tragedy, Littley has rediscovered her passion for songwriting and production, marking her return with a series of singles and her first EP, Nightfall, which debuted in January 2023.
“Insecure” is a song that delves into the universal feelings of self-doubt and vulnerability. It celebrates the strength found in embracing our insecurities, a theme that resonates deeply with many. Littley’s approach to the song, combining heartfelt lyrics and a soulful melody, creates an anthem for self-acceptance and empowerment.
The journey to “Insecure” has been a transformative one for Littley. After starting to write and produce her own music at the end of 2020, she has released ten singles, showcasing her evolution as an artist. Her work has been recognized and praised by various publications.
Honk Magazine highlighted the top-notch production and joyous atmosphere of her music. Rolling Stone AU/NZ featured her EP as a ‘Record of the Week,’ and Wonderland Magazine lauded her as a rising star in the industry. The Brag Media has drawn comparisons of her style to that of George Michael and Lisa Stansfield, praising her open-hearted and soulful approach.
With “Insecure,” Littley continues to establish her unique voice in the music industry. Her ability to blend different musical influences into her songs, along with her distinctive vocal style, sets her apart. Fans can look forward to more of her introspective and emotionally resonant music in the future.
“Insecure” is a part of Littley’s ongoing musical journey, reflecting her personal growth and her commitment to creating music that speaks to the heart. As she continues to evolve and explore new avenues in her artistry, Claire Littley is poised to leave a lasting impact on the music scene.
Listen to “Insecure” below!