ALANA SUKUL Asks Can We Just BE FRIENDS?

"Friendship breakups can sometimes hurt a lot worse than your typical romantic breakup, I hope this song will help listeners to grieve over the loss by dancing it out.”
1 August 2021

By Vee

Aged only 19, London-based newcomer Alana Sukul has channeled her emotions into her stellar single, Be Friends. Having recently experienced the breakdown of a treasured friendship Alana has found relief in putting her thoughts to paper, sharing: “Friendship breakups can sometimes hurt a lot worse than your typical romantic breakup, I hope this song will help listeners to grieve over the loss by dancing it out.”

With a smooth final production quality, this mature and luxurious soundscape boasts elements of R&B all the while being framed in the most exquisite pop framing. Growing up in South West London to Caribbean parents Alana has been exposed to a wide and varied culture that has helped her to develop her unique stylings.  Not afraid to take a stand or provide a voice to the voiceless, this emerging artist is not shying from discussing sensitive topics and personal emotions within her music.

Having studied music for the past eight years and released music before, Alana is relaunching herself with a more defined sound after the fresh start provided by the national lockdown in 2020. Armed with her new and evolved sound Alana Sukul is setting herself up for a wondrous reentry into the British music scene with the emotionally charged Be Friends.

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