“Love Doesn’t Need Me,” Stefan Dando’s first single, is a stirring ballad that tugs at the heartstrings and gives listeners a candid look into the artist’s soul.
Even when a relationship is horrible, there is a lot of emotion involved in its conclusion. This might be the case because our partners hold a significant portion of our identity, therefore parting ways substantially alters our way of life. We must navigate a world that is dissimilar to the one we previously knew. In his debut song, Stefan Dando, a young musician effectively expresses the idea of a relationship disintegrating in “Love Doesn’t Need Me.”
The song “Love Doesn’t Need Me” has a great chill, sad vibe and a catchy melody. You are gently drawn into the mellow sound of the song by the beat and piano-based music. Even in the more belting sections, the vocals have this very quiet, sombre quality. The dynamic piano instrumentation uses its dynamics to tell a story. The vocal harmonies significantly contribute to the track’s lovely tone, and the drumming has a nice simplicity to it.
Additionally, the chorus is an earworm that will stick with you for a very long time. One of those stunning tunes that makes you want to lose yourself in it is this one. You wouldn’t know this was a debut based on the musicianship and production.
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The song “Love Doesn’t Need Me” is about the turmoil Stefan Dando experienced after terminating a horrible relationship and his desire to get back together although knowing it would be wrong. The title of this song, which also serves as its main hook, expresses this concept clearly. The verses of this song have a lot to discuss, and this separation is poetically and emotionally expressed.
Before the song’s voice breaks, the lyrics make reference to splitting up. This introduces the notion that the poison in a relationship results from one opening up into the traumas and struggles they go through. A relationship could be destroyed by this before the sorrow has a chance to manifest itself through anxiety and stress.
New musical talent Stefan Dando wants to convey his feelings and experiences so that people can relate to and find comfort in his work. Panic! at the Disco is one of his influences. He has more than enough vocal emotion to convey in his music, drawing influences from Panic! At the Disco, Fleetwood Mac, and City and Colour. A great debut, “Love Doesn’t Need Me” will leave you eager to hear what comes next.
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