Popular actress and singer-songwriter Ava Grace introduces her new single, “Kite,” a song about unrequited love – you fall deeply in love with someone who doesn’t even like you.
Figuratively, the kite is Ava, who narrates a sad and poignant tale of one-sided love.
“I loved you outside of my brain, cause you spoke to my heart / Showered it with acid rain, I thought the damage was art.”
Often likened to Lorde, only 15-years-old, Ava Grace is multi-talented: a dazzling indie-pop artist, as well as a brilliant actress, including roles in Clippard Street, The Dolls, Sony’s The Honey Girls, and as Tatum in the musical drama Monarch, with Susan Sarandon.
Starring Ashanti, Honey Girls relates the story of three young musicians competing in a talent contest, hosted by Fancy G, played by Ashanti. The threesome discovers they are better as a group than as solo artists. So, they form Honey Girls, releasing a viral hit. In order not to be cut from the talent contest, they perform in disguises. In the end, they have a choice to make.
Ava has been featured in elite publications such as Hollywood Life, Just Jared Jr, and Entertainment Weekly.
“Kite” travels on percolating synths delivering low-slung plush hues flowing into a delicious alt-pop rhythm topped by Ava’s deluxe, expressive voice. Oozing colors imbue the tune with gliding layers as radiant, lighthearted harmonies inject the song with stylish elegance.
A full-stop breakdown shifts the harmonic flow from alt-pop leitmotifs to luscious savors of retro music from the ‘30s – sophisticated, swanky, and sassy, all at the same time. Ava’s unique, vogueish voice pulls listeners into her magical, sonic world, hooks them, and then reels them in.
“Kite” is better than good, entering the realm of superlative. The highlight of the song is the crème de la crème voice of Ava Grace. Who definitely has it going on!