Christina Jewell – Five Questions With

Christina Jewell

Christina Jewell is back with her new single, “Runaway”

Toronto-based singer-songwriter Christina Jewell has unveiled her latest single, “Runaway.”

“Runaway” is a lighthearted pop song with summer fling written all over it. The wistfully honest lyrics will have you rooting for the success of “skinny love.” The song is a good representation of vintage soft rock elements melding with a modern pop sound.

Christina mesmerizes with her smooth vocals, dreamy synths, and dynamite production of her music. With successful singles “Moonlight,” “Angel,” “Ain’t No Supermodel,” “Hallelujah,” and “Snow,” Christina is building a quality music catalogue with high replay potential. Being a creative genius, Christina often directs her music videos to convey her artistic vision.

Listen to “Runaway” below, and find out more about Christina Jewell via our Five Questions With segment.

Care to introduce yourself to our readers?

Hey, I’m Christina Jewell. I’m an independent artist living on a farm near Toronto. I try to turn out a song or two a year. Hopefully, more next year! I was interested in music very young, played guitar, and sang in the choir. Recording songs began only about five years ago. I really enjoy the process; it’s very therapeutic!

Tell us a bit about your most recent release.

My new song Runaway is so fun! It began as an experiment between myself and Keven Jordan, aka Koko, a brilliant photographer, and Juno award-winning artist. We talked for years about making some music and finally got a chance. He did a perfect job setting the tone of the song. So carefree but poignant.

Where do you tend to pull inspiration from when writing?

I love to pull from emotive events in my life. I have a few big sads that always helps. A lot of the time, I can hear words in the music and go from there. Very exciting!

Do you have any upcoming shows or festivals you’d like to tell us about?

No, but my friend Quinton Barnes probably does! Look out for that one

What’s your goal for 2022?

To stay in a receptive state! If the last few years have shown us anything, it’s that you truly never know what can happen. Stay creative.

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