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Efrat’s folk song ‘Let Go’ would make you feel lost in another world

Efrat (aka Efrath Shapira) a folk singer and songwriter has released a mesmerizing song ‘Let Go’ for the global people who are suffering from mental illness due to Covid-19.

Efrat who is also known as Efrath Shapira has launched a new brand folk song Let Go’ from her album WE JUST NEED LOVE on the day of World Mental Health Day i.e. on 10th October. The singer has sung this in her car and did her own videography. Later on, she produced and edited that video in her editing studio situated in Woodbridge, NJ. The singer keeps her song traditional and inspiring for the music enthusiastsMoreover, the song has come to her mind right after diagnosis and treatment of her son’s rare heart condition at the last stage. The song is also to those persons who are suffering from the covid-19 pandemic and who have lost their close ones during this pandemic.


Featuring piano and drums Efrat Shapira has beautified her song ‘Let Go’ in a very mesmerizing way so that the listeners could engage with the song. Moreover, the song has arranged music in such a way that expands as the song progress. Hence, through this song, the singer has explored the horror of the mental illness during this Covid-19 pandemic. Furthermore, the singer has also put inspiration to the people through her song lyrics. Loaded with optimism, poetry, and gratitude this singer has also put empathetic emotion for the listeners. The most interesting thing about the song is that the listeners can flow with the lyrics of this song. Furthermore, the singer has been in the Top 10 of the Folk Alliance International in September month and another famous song of her ‘Which Side Are You On?’ has also received a good response. To know more about the artist, you can feel free to visit her social media profiles like – Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. And also, you can follow her on the official page https://www.efratmusic.com/.

Check out the song on Youtube: