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  • Virendra Narain

Discover the Joy of Self-Love with Vacoustics' Debut Single 'Happy This Way'

Vasudha, better known by her stage name Vacoustics, is a rising solo artist from Udaipur, Rajasthan, with a passion for Indie Pop music. Her debut single "Happy This Way" was released on March 10th, 2023, and it's already making waves in the music industry.

"Happy This Way" is a beautiful song that celebrates self-love and the joy of living life to the fullest. The lyrics remind us to embrace our inner child and find happiness in the small pleasures of life, like riding a bike, gazing at the stars, or spending time with friends. The acoustic guitar-based melody is soothing and uplifting, and Vacoustics' vocals are both powerful and heartfelt.

The song is based on Vasudha's personal experience of realizing the unrealistic expectations society imposes on us, and the pressure to achieve certain things at a certain time. "Happy This Way" is a reminder to focus on what truly matters in life and be grateful for what we have.

Vasudha started singing at the age of 14 and has been honing her craft ever since. Her influences include some of the biggest names in the music industry, such as Taylor Swift, Halsey, and Rihanna. Her unique blend of Indie Pop and acoustic music is refreshing and captivating, and her talent is undeniable.

In addition to "Happy This Way," Vacoustics has already achieved several career highlights, including performing at the Udaipur World Music Festival in 2022 and winning the Vedanta Talent Hunt the same year. She has also covered popular songs by Selena Gomez, Ed Sheeran, and J.P. Saxe, and her talent has been recognized by Warner Music India and national radio channels.

"Happy This Way" is just the beginning for Vacoustics, and we can't wait to see what she has in store for us next. Her music is not just entertainment but also an invitation to reflect on our lives and find joy in the present moment. So, if you're looking for some uplifting and soulful music, check out "Happy This Way" by Vacoustics, available on all major streaming platforms.

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