Portuguese pop sensation April Ivy continues to carve out a name for herself with “Far From Home” – her third single following her new signing with Beverly Martel.
“Far From Home” portrays a softer side to the artist and explores the pain of distance slowly creeping into a once-perfect love. The track’s touching mix of delicate guitars, atmospheric piano keys and soaring harmonies beautifully compliments April’s emotional vocal performance: “I always let the distance get the best of me / When you’re so far from me / So far from home” she outpours during the melancholic chorus.
The single follows on from April’s well-received January release “Can’t Fight This Feeling” – labelled a “deep-dive into the realm of disco beats and grooves” by THE LINE OF BEST FIT – and February’s “Temporary Love”, which premiered exclusively on ATWOOD MAGAZINE who declared April a “rising force.” As with her previous singles, “Far From Home” is produced by AZTX and co-written by them with April and Danny Wilkin of Push Baby (f.k.a. Rixton).