Klaya Shares New Single ‘Water Horizon’

New York City-based, Lithuanian singer and songwriter Klaya has just shared her brand new single Water Horizon, an ethereal and emotive piece of electro-pop music. 
Produced by Oscar Award nominated and two-time Emmy Award winning producer and composer Arthur Pingrey (Sia, Norah Jones, ANOHNI and Sting), Water Horizon is a song about a cinematic idea of love, of how young fairytale love very often clashes with the realities of life. This message is beautifully conveyed through Klaya's deep and piercing voice which glides beautifully over a cinematic alt-pop production. I am loving the emotive piano chords that are nicely intertwined with strings-led ethereal soundscapes and haunting harmonies that create an overall warm, somewhat epic, atmosphere. 
This song is accompanied by a gripping new music video, filmed in Torino in Italy, and directed by Diego Tugnolo. The video comes in lush blue tones and navigates the juxtaposition between love as a fairytale and love in real life. Check it out below!



Speaking about the inspiration behind Water Horizon, Klaya says,
the song was written during the first lockdown on my tiny bedroom floor. It evokes the feelings of standing in front of the ocean during a rainy day, while contemplating love and the romanticism of relationships. It encompasses those contrasting feelings of first loves and fairy tales crumbling down - idealistic relationships that don’t translate into the real world. It’s an interplay between feelings of solitude and hopes for true love, but at the same time, with the realisation that ‘Disneyficated’ love doesn’t exist.