Making a Scene Presents Gerry Casey’s Interview with Cassidy Paris!
Melbourne teenage rock sensation Cassidy Paris is set to release her latest single Like I Never Loved You on September 4th.
An infectious blend of anthemic rock and edgy pop, Like I Never Loved You (her 6th single at just 17yo), once again sees Cassidy delivering a song from the heart, with a theme that many people will connect with.
“It explores the aftermath of a relationship. I had never really understood how people could grow so close together, just to fall apart and simply ignore each other. Yet it was a pattern that was becoming all too familiar.” Cassidy explains about the inspiration behind the song. This song is for anyone that can relate to knowing the ins and outs of someone and their life so well up until breaking point. Only to become completely estranged from them.”
Stay tuned for a video-clip for Like I Never Loved You to follow shortly after the single release on September 4th.
The latest single follows on from Give Me Your LOVE released earlier this year in February to rave reviews worldwide.
Raised on classic hard rock and metal and inspired by female rockers such as Lzzy Hale, Joan Jett, Pink, Pat Benatar & Avril Lavigne, the fiercely determined teenager is on a mission to inspire a new generation of younger fans to not only listen to Rock ‘n’ Roll, but pick up a guitar instead of a phone.
Even from age 15, Cassidy has wanted to deliver a strong message through her music. In 2018, she released Stand, a heartfelt song about ‘standing up for yourself’ as a young woman. Cassidy continues to deliver that message, promoting anti-bullying through performances at many schools around Melbourne and is an active campaigner for the worldwide ‘Metalheads Against Bullying’ organisation.
Cassidy has built up a strong connection with her growing worldwide fanbase that has already seen her perform in America and Japan. In June she was on the line-up of the New Wave Of Classic Rock WebFest 2 which was headlined by Massive Wagons, Bad Touch and Collateral and also featured fellow Aussies Reece Mastin and Sisters Doll.
With two singles released in 2020 and new music being worked on with mentor, songwriter and producer Paul Laine (The Defiants, Danger Danger), this exciting rocker has been using the current lock-down to ready herself for a massive 2021!
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