“Cheekbones” is the freshly release song from London-based singer and songwriter Clara Moschetta!
The song represents Clara’s playful confession of her weakness for chiselled set of cheekbones. The authentic sound dives the listener into the atmosphere of a smoky Parisian cabaret. Tongue-in-cheek lyrics, dreamy yet so passionate harmonies are complemented with a touch of a sensual saxophone tunes!
“Cheekbones” is best described as a theatrical jazz-pop song: powerful, dramatic, intoxicating! Stylistically, “Cheekbones” instrumentation echoes Paloma Faith’s “New York” and the production mimics the sinister lyrical undertones of “Bad Guy” by Billie Eilish.
Clara Moschetta is a Paris singer who is currently based in London. Empowered by a Parisian spirit of revolution, Clara explores complex themes like politics, sexual assault, suicide in her art. Her alternative style of pop is heavily influenced by jazz, fused with contemporary electronica. Clara’s music echoes early Fiona Apple, Florence Welch and is full of theatrical storytelling.
Moschetta’s debut single “Heavy Shoulders” explored the complex strained relationship between love and mental health. Tom Robinson on Radio 6 Music commented over the track: “if Steve Reich had been born half a century later, as a female vocalist, her song ‘Heavy Shoulders’ is the kind of noise he might well have made“.
Every track she has released after has been receiving high praise with particular emphasis on her songwriting which has been likened to Kate Nash ad Adele.
Listen to and enjoy the amazing song “Cheekbones” via Spotify down below! We guarantee that Clara’s sensual vocals and magnificent music will make you put the on on repeat!