Delta Goodrem releases ‘Paralyzed’

Delta Goodrem releases ‘Paralyzed’

Paralyzed is part of Delta Goodrem sixth studio album which is not announced yet. This song is the third single she has released in 2020. The previous singles she released this year are “Keep Climbing” and a song she sang for the consequences of Australian bushfires.

She explained her song Paralyzed and how it refers to the time when your body stops functioning and needs a reset. Sometimes we have to make difficult decisions and make hard choices to deal with our life. She said that although the song is personal this song is for anyone who have pressing needs to find inner peace, satisfaction and those who want to stop and rewind. She said that with this song she has expressed her feelings.

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Delta Goodrem performed recently as a part of One World: Together At Home’ event by Lady Gaga. The event became so popular that a 79-track live album was released for the event in April 2020. She performed “Let it rain” for an important event of Fire Fight Australia’s bushfire relief event, ‘Artists Unite for Fire Fight’. The compilation album of this event was also released in March as a physical-only edition.

She just announced tour dates throughout Australia. The tour is entitled “Bridge Over Troubled Dreams’ tour”, which will take place in April 2021.

Delta Goodrem is an Australian singer, actress and a lyricist. Delta Goodrem signed to Sony Music when she was 15 and released her debut album, Innocent Eyes (2003), which for 29 consecutive weeks topped the ARIA Albums Chart.

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At the end of May, she was hospitalized in Sydney and was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease, which is a treatable form of lymphatic cancer. This song might be close to her heart due to her illness as well,

We wish Delta Goodrem good luck for her singing career and for her health as well. Have you listened to the song? Let us know in the comments.