‘Alessandra Matkins’ started making songs when she was 14. She always loved listening to music and feeling the atmosphere while listening to it. The first song she made as an artist was “f for fake friends” ready to be played in Formula Indie the December 24th

‘Alessandra Matkins’ started making songs when she was 14. She always loved listening to music and feeling the atmosphere while listening to it. The first song she made as an artist was “f for fake friends” ready to be played in Formula Indie the December 24th

The song talks about how fake people can come into your life and mistreat you. It shows that not everyone is your friend. Some people will like you, but there will be some that won’t. Having friends was something she valued a lot in her life, but it wasn’t the people that really cared about her. It took her a long time to realize that this is how life is. People may seem nice when you see the outside, but the inside shows who they really are as a person. Alessandra wanted to make a song about it from her own experience about people that aren’t true or even try to give an effort to friendship. It’s kind of like people wear a mask, like it’s so identical, you can’t even tell it at first. She was very nervous to put out the song, since it’s something different for her. This is a song that really hits hard to her in life. She wanted the song to be everything that she wanted to deliver from it. Being in the studio with the band was very new to her. It was her first time working with a band with many talented musicians. At first, the song was going to be pop-oriented and have a dark vibe to it, but it didn’t really have a good ending that she liked. Her dad suggested that there should be a saxophone in the song and she loved it. So, when they were all in the studio they made it more of a Contemporary RnB type of song. It went pretty smooth, and the flow of it was really nice. Just even listening to the draft of the song from the studio made her love the song even more. The song sounded full and the ending to the song made more sense than it did in the beginning.

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