EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Kel Adore and the Times We Are “Still A Child”
Premiering today and releasing tomorrow, “Still A Child” by Kel Adore is eternally effervescent as it celebrates our inner youthful spirit and optimistic resilience. Endlessly imaginative and charismatic, here Adore shows us that no matter the age that we are at in life, we are still just hopeful kids at heart, and have plenty of growth and learning left to conquer in our lifetimes.
Adore is known for radiating a rare authenticity and sheer talent for revealing the deepest parts of human emotion. She does this through intimate storytelling and lyricism, and overall, her mission is simple: to uncover the many truths of human life and help people feel more understood. Enticing in delivery and raw in message, she not only aims to entertain, but to feed the souls of those who need it most.
“I believe music has a special way of connecting and reminding us of what matters most, especially when it is brutally honest.”
The electronic beat provided by “Still A Child” first hooks audiences by its entertaining and energetic sound, then keeps the attention of those listening by telling a unique and yet relatable story through the smoothly sung lyrics. The track paints the picture of being a child again, one that seems to look towards the future with a hopeful excitement of what’s to come, but under the innocent happiness hides the worry of sprouting insecurities. From thinking the world revolves around you at three years old, to knowing the dark truths of humanity’s faults at eight, Adore makes the comment that many kids today are forced to grow up too quickly, and how it leaves them longing for more of that innocent bliss later in life.
Overall, it can be seen that “Still A Child” uses the bouncy drive of electro pop to tell audiences of a heartfelt message coming from a sincere yet brutal point of view. This absolutely shows Adore’s firm grasp on what it means to be a true creative, and how to go about when looking to have a greater impact on the lives of others.