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Battling Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Through Music
Thursday 7 November 2019
From UK newspaper the Bognor Regis Observer:
Battling chronic fatigue syndrome through music
Singer-songwriter Alice Ella – who grew up in Horsham and now lives in Brighton – describes the joy of escaping in her new single Somewhere Else.
The context for Alice is years of struggling with ME/chronic fatigue syndrome – an ongoing battle.
“Somewhere Else is about the feeling that you get when you are immersed within the intimacy of a relationship, that escapism you get when you are kissing or doing the deed!
“It is about escaping your troubles and your body when you are in that special moment with someone.
“It’s about good escapism.
“Personally I mean escape from my health. I feel trapped in a body which doesn’t do what I want it to, but in those moments you feel free and you escape from yourself.
“I feel really passionate about raising understanding and awareness of ME and CFS.”
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