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Bambi ‘Bleeding Out’ : A relationship. One that is in distance. Longing and all consuming. Revelry, gentle and soothing.

Bambi

The most intimate we’d heard from Bambi, ‘Bleeding Out’ hurts your invoking heart, like you’d been there.

A relationship. One that is in distance. Longing and all consuming.

Bambi remembers the calming assertion of the one of whom you fill your emotions. A tattle tale of blushing oh-my’s, charm your senses with the commonality. The releasability of where you’d once been.

Of a place when it seemed like the world was wholly against you.

“So many couples have either broken up or been forced to be apart due to COVID-19; I personally haven’t seen my boyfriend of ten years for 8 months. It’s been a very hard time for couples and I think this song embodies that pain.”

Caring and understanding, Bambi (Samantha Ciotti), has been offering unique references of vibes. The Canadian with the distinct stroke for story telling, she departs into revelry, gentle and soothing.

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