Kiley Baxter Stuns with Debut Single, “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now”

Kiley Baxter is a force to be recognized, and her rendition of “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now” proves it. In her debut single, Baxter pays homage to the classic ballad written by legendary songwriter Jim Steinman.  

In the accompanying music video, which can be watched below, Baxter gives thanks to the long-time Meat Loaf collaborator. 

Baxter said she took inspiration from both Celine Dion and Meat Loaf to put on her performance. She wrote: 

This song is SO special to me. Steinman’s lyrics and composition are so passionate you can’t help but become completely engulfed in the song every time you hear it, or in my case, perform it. It’s not about just singing the song for me, but truly LIVING it on stage every performance.

Kiley Baxter

With the video being almost entirely in black and white, Baxter creates something reminiscent of the ’90s. Overlapping images only further add the feel of tuning into a heartwrenching ballad on MTV. 

The video is one with a simple premise. Baxter is on stage, in a flowing gown, singing her heart out. There is nothing flashy, but it is still enthralling. She commands the stage with her powerhouse voice. 

She hits even the most challenging notes with ease, smiling the entire time. 

While the video mostly consists of her on stage, as Baxter sings the song’s rousing conclusion, a tight shot of the young singer fills the screen, with color slowly fading into the previously black-and-white video. 

In just a few weeks, Baxter will soon be joining the “Celebrating Meat Loaf, Never Stop Rockin’ Tour” as they head across the United Kingdom. On the tour, Meat Loaf’s 1977 classic album, “Bat Out Of Hell” will be played in its entirety. 

As the rising star continues to release more music, her journey can be followed on Instagram, TikTok and Facebook

Baxter’s cover of “It’s All Coming Back To Me Now” is available to stream on all music platforms. Give it a listen here:

I’m a journalist based in the Bay Area with a passion for writing about art, comedy and music.
I’m a journalist based in the Bay Area with a passion for writing about art, comedy and music.

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