Angharad Drake’s “Baby” is a simple song. But many times simple things come from complicated beginnings.
Just like in the design world, lots of times the simplest garner much more monetary rewards – versus, lets say something that is overly complicated.
“Baby” is of course, simple, direct (in an artistic arena), and poignant. Angharad describes it herself as “(The song) encapsulates the selfishness of love, explored through the paranoia and envy of one side. Doubt creates a silence where everything is too hard to change. In the end the protagonist finds that
real love can only be found in yoga and crystals.”
Remember, describing/exposing the upper layer of/about love is always the easier part. At least it’s a start to that ages old debate/conversation.
And with Baby, Angharad puts in her 2-Cents.