Alex the Astronaut releases heartwarming love song we can all relate to

Alex the Astronaut Airport Love Song

Australian singer Alex the Astronaut has released her latest love song, Airport, and it will hit you right in the feels.

Airport is the latest song released by the singer who has also debuted a stunning new look.

Her latest offering is the sequel to her last song, Growing Up.

Alex The Astronaut delivers hope with Airport

There’s always something hopeful in music by Alex The Astronaut.

No matter the subject matter you can’t help but feel uplifted or moved when she sings as she narrates the world through her experiences.

Her most famous 2017 offering, Not Worth Hiding was a joyous and uplifting anthem on sexuality and identity.

The song went on to become the unofficial anthem for the ‘Yes’ campaign in 2017 and #23 in the Triple J hottest 100 that year.

Her hopeful, joyous anthem put Alex the Astronaut on the map and after two albums she is back.

Airport is a song set against the current Covid-19 chaos in a world of constant separation.

Airport is about being reunited after being separated across the sea,” the singer said on Facebook.

“If you’ve ever hugged anyone after not seeing them for years that was the feeling I was going for.”

And it’s just the sentiment she managed to hit.

Airport is A long song for everyone

Airport is a love song, but not just in the traditional sense.

It is a love song for all the people in our lives we miss and have been unable to see.

Set against the backdrop of footage from her own flights and shots of her outside the airport Alex shares her feelings of longing.

“I took an empty seat, Closed the door, Paused and turned the key, Today I’m going to see her” she sings.

Alex is finally doing what so many of us have craved for years.

Travelling across the sea to unite with a loved one after being separated by oceans and borders, Airport is about reuniting with the ones we love.

It’s a hopeful anthem and a great way to start 2022 as our borders in Australia open allowing many of us to see those we have loved and missed.

“One by one they’re walking out,
In slow motion
I found you
You look at me and cried
I ran, pulled you in
I am home again.”

Watch the full film clip for Airport by Alex The Astronaut below.

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