Have you ever had that one person come into your life and turn it upside down to the point where you can’t get them off your mind and can’t get enough of them? Well that is the theme of the new single and music video from Kelli Faith, “Can’t Get Enough.”
Kelli Faith is a country-pop singer/songwriter based in Brick, NJ. Before becoming a solo artist Kelli was part of a pop-punk band called Before It’s Too Late. The band had a successful career opening up for bands such as Hinder and Nonpoint. Before It’s Too Late played their final show on September 1, 2017 before disbanding.
Kelli took some time off to focus on herself, and ended up deciding to kickstart her own solo career. Her debut single of her newfound solo career titled “Him” was released on December 21, 2018. Since then she has released a single titled “More”, and her debut album titled 21 which was released on September 20, 2019. “Can’t Get Enough” is her first release in almost 2 years.
It’s always exciting to witness musicians experimenting with new sounds. Going from the pop-punk scene of NJ to the country scene of NJ, is a whole new playground. Music is all about the journey of finding and perfecting your sound, and I think that Kelli has found hers.
WATCH THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR “CAN’T GET ENOUGH” BELOW:
Kelli About “Can’t Get Enough”:
“I feel like, “Can’t Get Enough,” is a song that is on a whole new level for me. Not only did I share more of my personality in this song than ever before, but also it sounds completely different from anything off my debut album, 21. When I say different, I mean… It’s sexy, it’s fun. The music video is a great example of that. I feel confident that I have finally found MY sound, a sound that I’m proud of and “Can’t Get Enough” is just the beginning.”
When first listening to “Can’t Get Enough” and watching the music video, I right away got an old school vibe that definitely reminded me of artists like Taylor Swift, Sheryl Crow, Colbie Caillat, and Michelle Branch. I really enjoyed this single and I think that Kelli has got a lot of potential in the country-pop music scene.