Spanish Songwriter Leire Releases New Single ‘Waterfall’ | Music News


Young Spanish singer and songwriter Leire launched her new single “Waterfall” on January 8, from her upcoming debut EP titled Me, You, This World. The young artist grew up surrounded by music, especially country music, and takes her inspiration with Taylor Swift with her storytelling.


Based in London, Leire has been known for singing at Leicester Square, and catching the eye of the public with her delightful voice, which is a blessing for ears. She has also already shared the stage with several artists like Tom Walker, Rag’n’Bone Man, Gang of Youths, and many others.


She begins her career in 2020 during the pandemic with two single “What We’ve Got” and “Box Of Chesterfield”. Her new single is her third and she probably won’t stop there. It is an outstanding way to escape from banality and never stop pushing her limit. “Waterfall” is a perfect mix of electro pop, indietronica and indie pop.


“I got the inspiration of this song from the Black Lives Matter movement, but later I realized that this song really refers to any kind of social inequality. Sexual orientation, genre, race… It describes a process of fighting against the system and finally feeling free.


With the word ‘waterfall’, I refer to freedom, like the waterfalls free, like opening your arms and flying, like being part of the Earth. It’s also a criticism to all the people that think they understand but they don’t, people that don’t understand white privilege, people that don’t support feminism, people that don’t accept the LGBTQ collective”, said the singer.


Listen to “Waterfall” below:




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