Pop-rock singer Alli Fitz released the lyric video for “Company” just a minute ago. Written by Mikey Wax and Alli Fitz, the song explores emotions fluctuating betwixt and between love and companionship, revealing they are often indistinguishable.
Originally from Ohio, Alli Fitz, aka Alexandria Fitzpatrick, knew she wanted be a singer when she was 8-years-old. Later, she majored in musical theater in college.
She achieved initial success on Vine’s social media app, posting humorous short video clips, followed by covers of popular songs, like “Love Song,” “Rather Be,” “Work From Home,” and “Hair.” In 2017, she released her first original single, “Tragic,” followed a few months later by “Disease.” Her followers love it, and her popularity soared, attaining vast numbers: more than 5 million followers on TikTok, along with 643,000 YouTube subscribers.
“Company” opens on a cool, funk-lite pop groove exuding savors of tasty R&B. The melody is vaguely reminiscent of Amy Winehouse, projecting singularly infectious colors and suave, sensual energy. Fitz’s lush voice, backed by velvety harmonies, infuses the lyrics with nuances of voluptuous timbres, tantalizing and seductive.
A fat bass line and tight, crisp percussion provide a compelling, contagious rhythm, holding down the bottom, as Fitz’s cashmere tones secure the mid-range.
The lyrics convey the complicated intimacy of a young woman caught in a web of implacable emotional forces.
“You don’t gotta buy me flowers / You don’t gotta do a thing / I just need you here for hours / Tell me that you’re listening? / You don’t gotta wear a nice suit / Tryna put this nicely / I don’t want what’s underneath it / I just want your attention to myself / Tell you anything i want, there’s no one else/ No filter no hiding what I believe.”
“Company” flows with scrumptious colors, cool polished harmonics, and the passionate suggestive tones of Alli Fitz’s captivating voice. Alli Fitz definitely has it going on!