Toronto based singer-songwriter, and producer CHARSOLI will has released her new two-part single Enough. The single is available for purchase and streaming on all music streaming services, including Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, and Tidal. Listen here
Written and produced by CHARSOLI, Enough is the heavy and emotionally raw follow-up single to her debut EP To Fruition, released in August of 2017. Continuing on the themes of self-awareness and vulnerability, the two-part singledives into the difficult journey of recognizing one’s self-worth. Enough Pt. 1 tells the story of giving everything to someone else while being taken for granted, and as a consequence taking on the mindset of being less than – of not being worthy. Enough Pt. 2 paints the narrative of clinging onto the final thread keeping the relationship together. It shares the internal conflict between choosing to stay in this unhealthy relationship or deciding to cut the thread with the belief that loving one’s self will soften the fall.
“It was a beautiful sense of release when writing these two tracks,” CHARSOLI explains. “I was experiencing a major loss of identity and self-worth after leaving a tumultuous relationship and yet I was able to transform the heaviest pain I’ve ever felt into Enough. Revisiting the moments of my past that inspired these songs was very difficult but it helped to cement the most important lessons I continue to practice: (1) to never depend on external forces to bring me validation and contentment and (2) to hold myself accountable for the decisions I make and the consequences that come from them.”
Enough is a painful eye-opener that leads to the discovery of one’s true value. “I kept making the same mistakes and went through the lowest of my lows for a reason. I had yet to learn my lessons” she says, “however the journey has been incredibly healing and I’m super grateful for the way everything happened. I’m hoping that sharing this part of my story will bring comfort to people who may be going through something similar by reminding them that regardless of what others will make them believe, they are and will always be enough.”