Isabella Chiarini unveils new single, “The Way Out”

Isabella Chiarini shares on her newest single, “The Way Out”, and more!

Isabella Chiarini, an 18-year-old up-and-coming pop artist from  Hamilton, ON has released her single, “The Way Out”.

“The Way Out” was written by herself and long-time vocal coach Teresa Nocita, and recorded and mixed by Tal Vaisman.

The fun, mid-tempo song portrays the emotions that come from being in a toxic relationship and finally getting out of it. Also, showing Isabella’s wonderful ability to co-write and collaborate with songwriters and demonstrates powerful vocals.

She shares,

“I am so excited to share my new projects with everyone. Every new song I put out always has a message behind it, in hopes to connect with my audience because they are all my friends”.

Listen to “The Way Out” below, and find out more about Isabella Chiarini via our mini-interview.

First off, care to introduce yourself to our readers?

I’m Isabella Chiarini, an 18-year-old pop singer/songwriter from Hamilton, ON.

You have recently unveiled your new single, “The Way Out”, what can you tell us about the writing process behind the single?

I wrote this song with my vocal coach Teresa Nocita. We wrote this song at the beginning of 2022 within a few hours. We wrote it about being in a toxic relationship and finally getting out of it and realizing you are better off alone and don’t need that other person. I write with Teresa a lot because we’ve known each other for a long time and everything just happens really naturally.

You have been releasing music since the age of 14, how has your writing changed in the last 4 years?

I think the more I write the more I figure out who I am as an artist and what I want to convey in my songs. Also, just getting older and experiencing more things in life has given me the opportunity to write about deeper topics that I believe translate into better songs each time I release.

Let’s talk about social media, what do you find is the most important aspect of social media? Also, what’s your favourite platform?

The most important aspect of social media, to me, is being authentic. If you try to be something you are not people will see right through that. I try to keep my social media as close to my personal style as I possibly can. My favourite platform is Instagram because it is the easiest way for me to stay in touch with my followers.

Now that we’re back to live music, do you have any upcoming shows you’d like to tell us about?

I am so happy that live music is coming back! I have a big show coming up in November for the Canadian Mental Health Association. I also plan on playing all summer wherever I can.

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