Singer/songwriter Aylin gives us an insightful piece “Bad At Love” that explores a moment in one’s life where true feelings are numbed and suppressed due to past relationship trauma.

The track is very solemn and quite relatable as well. Aylin sure delivers a solid performance and draw the listeners in with lines like “…Sex is good but nothing more/You said I’ve been using you, let me pour a drink or two…” that explores a devil may care situation. Aylin sure pours her all and reflects on how she has changed tremendously. It’s quite relatable and very honest too.

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