“Philophobia” – Reese Nobile

When I first played “Philophobia” by Reese Nobile, what came to mind was slowly walking around the streets of Paris in the rain, reminiscing on old loves that still haunt me. This song is definitely for all of the yearners out there who feel like they made the wrong decision in their love lives. Nobile’s light and airy vocals create a very melancholic tone that only adds to the depth of sadness that emanates from this song. If you are in the middle of a breakup, or really wanted to hear something that can hit you in your feels, I recommend giving “Philophobia” a spin!

Written by Gabrielle LaRochelle

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