“Liar, Liar” by AnnaBella is an alternative single that explores the topic of honesty and deception in a personal narrative, with heavy metal and classic rock influences. It delves into the theme of female empowerment, suggesting that sometimes not knowing the truth can be better than being deceived.
The vintage doll Anna and the singer Bella make up the female-fronted power duo known as AnnaBella, which is based in Vienna. The band’s creative force, Anna, uses red ink during her late-night rehearsals when everyone else is hopefully sleeping soundly. A new song will already be lying next to her the following morning. Bella is the performing component, in charge of a sensual, vibrant performance, the musical realization, and captivating the audience with her strong voice and distinctive singing style. AnnaBella’s songs not only process their history in a naughty and snotty manner, but they also process it in a very sensitive and frail way.
Although I am almost certain to adore AnnaBella‘s sound, it is also the depth of her lyrics that have me spellbound. The two discuss taboo topics that women typically only discuss in private as they examine the status of women in society today. Although women today have more freedom than they did decades ago, AnnaBella tackles the persistent expectation that women should “be silent and happy in every situation” in a sophisticated musical way. Actually, if there were a theme song for suffrage, it would probably be one of AnnaBella’s songs. “The Pretty Reckless,” “Halestorm,” “Dorothy,” and “Evanescence” are a few examples of female-fronted power bands that have influenced the duo. They are concerned with good voices, and they believe Lizzy Hale has the best voice because it seems like she can sing any vocal style, including screams, distortions, and delicate head voice parts. She is amazing in every way, and bands like Billy Talent and Alter Bridge have also influenced them.
On December 29, 2022, AnnaBella released the third song from their upcoming EP “4-Bitten Fruit,” “Liar, Liar.” It adopts a heavy metal baseline with influences from classic rock. “Liar, Liar,” another captivating song, explores the topic of honesty or rather, deception. The song is about being honest or, “if you can’t, do it in such a good way that your girl does not find out about it,” in an exhilarating personal narrative. “Liar, Liar” is a vulnerable single that continues to explore the theme of female empowerment; it also looks at how sometimes not knowing what is really going on is the better course of action.
This song’s lyrics were also influenced by the film “Firestarter.” AnnaBella enjoys horror films, particularly the phrase “liar, liar, pants on fire,” which they felt compelled to incorporate into the song. A fantastic performance is featured in the hypnotizing music video for “Liar, Liar,” which brings the song’s story to life. The film is shot by Magic Joe and directed by AnnaBella and Ted Dexter.
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