Leah Capelle - Docs

Oh the countless times, that many have come to me, telling me "You need to learn to love yourself, before you love someone else" or "Learn to love yourself for yourself", were many of the word of mouth expressions, told to me every now and again. The same seems to be the deal for Leach Capelle. Whose latest works is yet another track turned single entitled "Docs". Last few tracks heard by her were of "Better Off", and "Joshua", both of which did rather well from my perspective as well as many others. So then how does "Docs", hold up exactly.... Well, it is not a track you would think of when thinking positive thoughts. As it turns out, it is more or less, a downer of a track, in terms of the context of the lyrics, as for the musical portion, the music is fair and simple. In other words quite nice.

So you see, "Docs", was a song searching for happiness but not in a good way, it is more about finding that comfort of happiness by buying things. As Capelle says upon her website, "It’s a true story of bizarre activities I was doing to do to make myself feel better, like buying clothes, rearranging my furniture, and going out pretending to be somebody I’m not…"

 She goes on saying that, “In reality, all my false attempts at being “okay” made the matter worse. When I was younger, I had many male figures, whether significant others or mentors, tell me that “men don’t like short hair.” So I kept my hair long because I was insecure. And finally, summer of 2016 I said “fuck it” and chopped it all off- that was a huge catalyst for me, and has actually brought me a lot of happiness in the weightlessness I feel now.”

As you can see, Leah Capelle's "Docs", track is one that is very gripping and understandable as well. Many out there likely feeling the same angst of pain as she has felt in this time of occurrence. It is not pretty, but as long as she is able to overcome it, or perhaps express it, as she has in this track, all should be better in the long run. Which it has, due to this track, because the track itself is downright entertaining. Again, the material may not be, but the music is just very easy listening, having a more catching source of beat, that keeps to the rhythms of the music in question. Her vocalization being in tune with the music, that it all stays in check. In short, her voice never leaves a beat, it keeps it consistent, smooth, and ever flowing.

It just becomes one of those tracks, you can sit back, listen in on, take in the material and music at hand, and just breathe it all in, in one giant gulp. Its pop rock at its finest content I'd say. Surely a track that will not be forgotten, because it has so much involved within it. Not just the music but the content within, that will it keep as a refresher.


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