The ‘American Idol’ alum debuts new song ‘Love So Soft’ along with its accompanying music video and another fresh track ‘Move You’.
Kelly Clarkson has a triple treat for her loyal devotees. The “American Idol” graduate has released not just one but two brand new songs. One is an upbeat track called “Love So Soft” and the other is slower jam titled “Move You”. She has also premiered a music video in support of the former.
“Every kiss is a door /Can I knock on yours? Can we knock a little more? /If your touch is a key, keep on twisting, keep on locking, keep on turning me,” she sings in the first song. “Let me in, I wanna be closer to you, let you under my skin /If I let you in, You gotta be careful with it /Let me tell you again.”
In the second one, the 35-year-old singer/songwriter croons, “Like a montage in a movie, right before the hero dies /Like the first time that you listen to your favorite singer live /Like an echo in a canyon, Like tears, but you’re not sad /Like a sunrise on a mountain, I wanna move you like that.”
Both songs are taken from Clarkson’s next studio installment “Meaning of Life” which will come out on October 27. It will mark her first release under Atlantic Records after leaving RCA and her first effort after 2015’s “Piece by Piece”.
Besides prepping for her new album release, she will join “The Voice” for season 14. She recently explained to Entertainment Weekly why she chose to be a judge on the NBC show instead of returning to “Idol”. She said, “I want it to be a great experience for my whole family, and that’s what I have to think about at this point in my life. We’re used to the Voice schedule, we already have to work around it because of our family. We have four children – that can be very taxing with a schedule. It was just a no-brainer for me with The Voice because of that alone. But my thing is, I was kind of bummed too when [Idol] came to me. I hope it’s super successful.”