Category: Gabrielle Aplin

The Power Of Love by Gabrielle Aplin: Unveiling the Heart’s Transcendent Journey

In a generation where the zeal for profound connection often gets lost in the static of superficial encounters, Gabrielle Aplin’s rendition of ‘The Power Of Love’ emerges as an eloquent ambassador of the soul’s deepest cravings. A cover of the original by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Aplin’s version is a stripped-down, emotive piece that transcends the bounds of temporal love, exploring themes of protection, divine energy, and the existential significance of love itself.

Home – Exploring the Depths of Belonging and Identity

In a world that prizes permanence and certainty, Gabrielle Aplin’s ‘Home’ serves as a lyrical compass, pointing to the true essence of where we belong. Aplin’s poignant words reverberate with the understanding that ‘home’ extends beyond the physical confines of timber and stone—it’s a concept etched deep in the chambers of the heart.

Please Don’t Say You Love Me – A Heartfelt Plea for Patience in Romance

In the canon of contemporary folk-pop, Gabrielle Aplin’s ‘Please Don’t Say You Love Me’ stands out as a delicate balance of vulnerability and strength. Released in 2012, the track weaves a tale of cautious affection, one that resonates with listeners who have ever stood on the precipice of a potentially life-changing romance.


“Phosphorescent” by Gabrielle Aplin

“Phosphorescent” is the title of the 4th studio album released by English singer Gabrielle Aplin. The album was supported by 6 single releases. In total, the album contains 11 tracks. The album was officially...

Half in Half Out

“Half in Half Out” by Gabrielle Aplin

This song is somewhat similar in sentiment to “Don’t Know What I Want”, which is found a couple of slots prior on the playlist of “Phosphorescent”. Only in this case, it’s not as abundantly clear who between...