From Self-Doubt to Hope: Aleksiah’s “24” Offers Uplifting Message of Growth

Bingkai Karya – Adelaide singer-songwriter Aleksiah is back with a message of hope and self-acceptance in her new single “24.”

Originally a dark and self-deprecating song written at a low point, Aleksiah has transformed “24” into a playful and positive look back at her younger self, offering a reminder that things eventually get better.

“24” reflects aleksiah’s personal growth, replacing the original negativity with an uptempo beat and shimmering pop instrumentation. The song captures the feeling of societal pressure and the struggle to keep up with others’ expectations, but ultimately encourages listeners to embrace the journey and trust in the future.

“I turn 24 this year, and I think like the song says, I finally have my shit together,” Aleksiah says. “I want this song to bring hope to people, just like it did to me.”

Aleksiah has been making waves in the Australian music scene since her debut single “Fern.” Recognized by national radio station triple j, she was chosen for the Unearthed program and her songs received regular airplay. She also secured representation from prominent industry figures, including Chugg Music and Select Music, and has shared the stage with established artists like Lime Cordiale and Kita Alexander.

With a successful headline tour under her belt and an upcoming performance supporting Cavetown, Aleksiah is on track to become a rising star in the Australian music landscape.


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