Atlanta, GA-based neo-soul singer Yael Santé warms our hearts with her new single "Don't Take Me Home" which sees her reflect on love lost in the world as a whole. Inspired by the hate and ignorance that is commonplace in this social-media-driven era we live in, the track details getting fed up with the craziness, and the result is smoothy, bouncy production that also aims to ease the mood.
The record has a classic neo-soul vibe of the early 2000s with its moody keys, engulfing basslines, and soft drums to match the singer's angelic vocals and pained emotions. She takes the listener through the cycle of emotions that come with dealing with the somewhat insurmountable negativity in the world and eventually finding her own way of coping with the situation, far from home. "Don't Take Me Home" is taken from her new project Miles In Between.
Yael Santé is also a songwriter and was born and raised in Denver, between transplanting to the ATL. Her debut 5 track EP The Romance EP was released independently in 2019.