Singer/songwriter Kohla continues to push her musical boundaries with her ever-evolving style and on her new release "Heavenly", she dips into her classical form to produce this elegant piece that draws inspiration from vintage romantic cinema themes and classical masterpieces such as Mozart's "Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622: II. Adagio". Backed by the live orchestral instrumentation by members of Popgirlz Scotland, Kohla delivers a heartfelt and soul-stirring performance that displays her vocal range and profound songwriting. Here, she reflects on the eternal beauty of love lost and peppers the notion with poetic lines like "And gone were my tears/No worries or fears/Just love/We couldn’t get enough/When you found me Heavenly"
Heavenly’ takes influence from romantic, vintage cinema, and classical masterpieces such as Mozart's 'Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622: II. Adagio'.
"Heavenly" is taken from her debut album Romance, released on 8th September.