Track: Sydney’s Christina Castle’s ‘FFFree’ is an effervescent blast of pop positivity.

‘FFFree’ is a blast of pure positive pop from Sydney-based artist Christina Castle (the nom de plume of Christina Parie). Delivered with an effervescent riot girl thrum, Castle manages to wrap a sense of resilience and defiance within the sweet anthemic delivery.

Castle says of the track:

It’s about freedom – in a time where the world can feel like a crazy overwhelming place to live in, finding comfort in the fact that true freedom is found within yourself.

The accompanying video perfectly bottles all the fizz and pop into a bright and dazzling display:

‘FFFree’, guaranteed to pout a bounce in your step, is out now and can be downloaded/streamed here.

Castle has spent over a decade working internationally in the music scene, having previously signed with Warner Music and collaborated with recognisable artists such as Travis Barker (USA) and Linda Perry (USA).

She appeared in season three of Australian talent show The X Factor as well as season two of The Four (USA) and has toured globally as a backup singer and keyboardist for Mikey Mike (USA), sharing the stage with likes of Yelawolf (USA) and Run The Jewels (USA).

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