Holly Beth just released her single “Torn,” and it’s already receiving a lot of praise.
Christina Ramirez called it a “work of art” and said her music is simply electric. Ramirez wrote that she creates a story for listeners with dynamics, range, dynamics, range, style, and flow.
“It’s a track that dares with razor-sharp honest lyrics delivered with the combination of soft and punchy vocals. The track’s character has a meta experience…torn and conflicted about a love that is…torn and conflicted.”Christina Ramirez
Horn’s release comes after her second-place finish out of 153 contestants in the Texas Music Picker’s Songwriter Contest. Her edge and her soul make her music stand out. Her debut release rises to that with an acoustic, yet anthemic reflection. It’s a little bit country, a little bit rock and roll.
“I think it’s human nature to want to hold on to a love because at one point that love was so sacred,” Beth said. “However, over time that love can either grow or that love can suffer. Sometimes people hold onto the memories of what their love was instead of realizing what their love is now.”
Beth said she wrote “Torn” for anyone who has held on or questioned why they keep fighting for someone they know is only hurting them.
“There’s no right or wrong answer to love and that’s the beauty of it,” Beth said. “I hope this song helps someone if they feel their love is or has ever been Torn.”