Deanna Petcoff swaggers with all the confidence of someone scorned on "Terribly True." The first single from the singer's solo endeavor comes out swinging, swaying with a vintage pop appeal that's both cozy and warm from its outset. "Terribly True" is a track of continual confession, with Petcoff reflecting on a love that required working her "fingers to the bone" and "lying to myself" just to get through. The easygoing nature that's has the track seemingly spinning from the start tapers off for just a few moments, allowing Petcoff to take center stage as her vocals rise with surprising strength and candor. While its beginning may appear to be all things sunny and sweet, "Terribly True" is anything but, in fact as Petcoff sings in the openings seconds "it's a manifastation of trust issues."
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