Christina Custode gifts us with her second release of 2018, ‘Just in Case’

In her upcoming release ‘Just in Case’, Christina declares how forgetting can be a very difficult thing to do. A smooth, jazz-pop fueled track with a touch of the 90s, ‘Just in Case’ explores the relationship between the heart and the brain. “I’m sure there’s an evolutionary reason behind the brain’s ability to hold on to the most uncomfortable memories despite our efforts to dissolve them, perhaps to teach us to grow from our experiences.” Sometimes, however, a more drastic approach would be easier to stomach. The main motif of the piano evokes the nagging memory, which is eventually reduced and dissolved to nothing in the end, finally providing relief.

Recommended for fans of: Norah Jones, Sarah McLauchlan, Sara Bareilles, Christina Perri, Adele, James Bay.

Christina Custode is a Recording Academy artist and multi-award winning singer songwriter and pianist currently based out of Niagara Falls, NY. Her first EP (2011) sold out all physical CDs within the first 10 months of release. The project,  all music and lyrics written and arranged by Christina Custode, put Custode on the singer/songwriter map and heralded as an excellent start to a long and promising career.  Custode is a graduate from the prestigious Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. From her latest project, she has released 3 singles, which consist of original songs written and performed by Custode and produced by the legendary Stuart Epps (Elton John, George Harrison, Led Zeppelin). Custode is currently working on her third project. Listeners can expect the same heartfelt, honest lyrics and high quality musical performance that she has delivered in the past, and intends on upholding throughout her career.

 Christina is a force to be reckoned with on the stage. Bringing her songs, stories and sass to each performance, she is dynamic performer who is effortless in various performance settings. Christina brings her songs to life through engaging stories and witty banter while her musicianship shines. She is heavily influenced by songwriting greats such as Billy Joel, Jewel and John Lennon and has been referred to as “the Carole King of her Generation”.

 Custode’s music is current, honest, and soaked with the musical integrity the artist upholds in all of her musical endeavors. In this upcoming release ‘Just in Case’ , Christina declares how forgetting can be a  very difficult thing to do. “I’m sure there’s an evolutionary reason behind the brain’s ability to hold on to the most uncomfortable memories despite our efforts to dissolve them, perhaps to teach us to grow from our experiences.” Sometimes, however, a more drastic approach would be easier to stomach. The main motif of the piano evokes the nagging memory, which is eventually reduced and dissolved to nothing in the end, finally providing relief.

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