Sylfronia King Releases New Single "I'm Sorry"
May 28, 2014
MAY 28, 2014-NEW YORK, NY She's fired up for a tapestry of live events this summer as she sets to perform her newest release,"I'm Sorry". The smash hit single is building heat on the underground circuit and with college and Internet radio across the United States.
The essence is the epitome of a whimsical young woman, remorseful yet upbeat in her lyrics who display's the tone of a devastated breakup with the heartbeat of hurt and regret.
Yet, there is hope in the trapped purgatory of indecisive confusion of right and wrong in relationships. The lyrically seductive songstress decides the grass isn't greener on the other side after all.
In an interview with the artist, Sylfronia tells her fans the inspiration behind these dynamic song. " I fell in love with two men at once. I didn't mean to, it just happened that way. Ultimately, I feel I made the right choice and writing this song helped me figure that out".
The singer tells her fans that since she debuted album "Cupid" back in 2007 she's grown tremendously in relationships. Cupid as she describes is about a girl at a stage of hopeless in romanticism and in companionships that never seemed to last. "Fallen so deep in love will give you all the tools you need to write a heart felt album that so many people can relate to". she says. "But, I've never given up on love".
Even when she is in a dedicated relationship she tells fans there is always that "what-if" moment in your mind. She says its not doubt, but from her experiences with love its what fate will have it".
You can catch her performing all around New York and her tour dates are yet to be announced in the US. She'll be playing CMJ this summer and a host of other festivals and events. Join the songstress
in a live showcase where she is headlining the event arranged by L Magazine and MDO Management. She will be performing "I'm Sorry" for the fans.
Check out www.sylfroniaking.com for more updates. For booking and contact info contact www.mdomangement.com
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