Nashville’s Pansexual East Side Queen, Elisabeth Beckwitt expresses that rush of euphoria one feels before opening Pandora’s box. “Free Fall” is about taking a chance on something new, even if it means the world will end. It’s a love song to anyone queer and alone exposing the good, the bad, the scary, and the vulnerable sides of themselves.
For all the women who are afraid of trying something new; afraid of embracing their sexuality and pursuing something that could be wonderful. Let yourself fall – it’s terrifying and it is always worth it.
This driving pop song with Elisabeth’s cool citrus vocal nestled into a crackling modern track produced by Jason “Fresh” Threm of TME, urges you to love yourself enough to believe that you will get through this and let yourself fall.
Follow Elisabeth Beckwitt at her website (www.ElisabethBeckwitt.com) or on social media (@ElisabethBeckwitt) to stay up to date and keep an eye out for the new record “Indigo” coming Spring of 2019.