Bella releases debut album ‘Die for Love’



Bella, a singer and songwriter from Southern California, has released her debut LP record album, “Die for Love.” The album is comprised of 10 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 45 minutes. It is preceded by her promotional publication of the album’s title single, “Die for Love,” which also featured an official music video. Bella’s music and music video have been released on the L.A. Pop Recordings music label. This first round look at Bella’s skill and style in a long-playing format colors her as a creative, classy and multifaceted performer.


“Die for Love” is an album based on romantic themes, of course, but it is much more than only this. Bella’s first record has a refreshingly comprehensive variety of tones, ranging from epic ballads to piano waltzes and even one song (“Love Is Just a Beat Away”) which comes delightfully near to an early ’60s pop anthem. Bella’s naturally pretty voice, combined with her largely unadorned style and intuitive performances, shines in every portion of the record. Each of its 10 tracks are worthy of attention.


The singer has cited Joan Baez, Billy Joel and Elton John as main artistic influences, and elements of each may be noted in her own work. Songs on “Die for Love” are written mainly for piano and guitar, and run the gamut of human emotion. That the record can reach such a wide range of expression and remain consistent is partially the result of top-shelf songwriting, and also because Bella’s character and personality glow in each song with equal warmth, pulling them together as if by magnetism.


All in all, “Die for Love” is a beautiful record (another word won’t do) and an album which is certain to attach a great many fans to her in a short amount of time. It is available online worldwide. Be sure not to miss her debut video.





-S. McCauley

Staff Press Release Writer





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