Alexa Cappelli can’t be the only one who’s been in a situationship and decided it was best to end things even if either party didn’t want to (but to be completely honest, one more than the other). Do you catch my drift?
I know I’ve been there and being pulled around on a puppet string with no clear intentions and having absolutely no commitment is daunting.
Let’s be real, sometimes it hurts more than an actual relationship, and Alexa Cappelli, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, put most of our thoughts into words.
MTV hailed Alexa as a “voice of a generation“.
She released her new single, “Temporary”, this past Friday via Arista Records.
“Temporary” explores the mixed emotions of breaking off a ‘situationship’.
They suck, okay? Why are they even a thing?
Alexa embraces her songwriting with heartfelt confessions, honest thoughts, and unforgettable experiences.
Focusing on music wholeheartedly and being inspired all across the board from artists like Maggie Rogers to Jon Bellion, Cappelli began to write and record music on her own.
In the height of the pandemic, her single, “Forbidden” gained traction accumulating over 2.5 million streams on Spotify.
Her single, “SAY SOMETHING” has generated over 3.5 million streams paving the way for her independent EP, Confused @ 22 back in 2021.
Her first single, “Could’ve Just Left Me Alone,” was released earlier this year under her new label home, Arista Records, marking a new chapter in her life.