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CAPPA Shares Sultry, Guilty Synthpop “I Do”

Addictively guilty

Photo: Lexie Alley

LA-based electropop artist CAPPA captures that emotional entanglement we experience when going through a breakup in new sultry single “I Do.” Yes, it’s another breakup single we’re featuring but before you eyeroll and click on whatever weird headline we put out today, this is a very seductively raw song where CAPPA admits the guilt of not being able to quit someone cold turkey. As far as breakups go, this single is the most realistic depiction of it – leaving someone just doesn’t happen in a day. There is an entire grieving process that comes with it and CAPPA channels that weird initial stage of trying to leave someone, but still being unable to cut off the ties completely. Enjoy below:

“‘I Do’ is a slight departure from my previous singles because it is a little more emotional and raw lyrically,” CAPPA explains. “I wrote it after going through a pretty bad breakup. It’s about knowing that you shouldn’t take someone back and everything in you should be able to walk away from it but for some reason you can’t.”

Carla Cappa is the mastermind behind CAPPA, whose works have been making waves across the media and even featured in Victoria’s Secret ad. She is currently working on new music and will be releasing a video for “I Do” soon, so stay tuned.

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