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Zack Tabudlo Drops New Ballad "Anghel"

Posted By: Danielle Domingo
Post Date: June 27, 2022

Singer-songwriter Zack Tabudlo takes a different tone with his latest single, "Anghel" by emphasizing a more blues and soul sound with the track. "Anghel" continues to take on the theme of love and relationships where Zack took inspiration from a quote by Thomas Aquinas, "Love is willing the good of the other." The soulful song is sure to inspire its listeners and is now available to stream!

The song is a reminder that those of us who love others, regardless of what our relationships are with them, sometimes need to self-reassurance. According to Zack, the song "came out of nowhere" but still follows the basis of his style. The track was produced and recorded by himself, which really shows off his versatility.

Zack shared his thoughts on the meaning behind the track, “It’s about someone who doesn’t realize their worth and [my song makes] them realize [that] they deserve more than they think.” In writing this surprise for his many devoted listeners, he turns his attention this time to something that is real for many people in this uncertain age, which is self-doubt. The lyrics urge the beloved to be better than their wounds and see themselves as the angelic figure they could really be.

Cover Photo Credit: Universal Music PH

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