Review Fix Exclusive: Christian James Talks ‘Never Said Sorry’ And More

Review Fix chats with singer Christian James to find out about his new single, “Never Said Sorry.”

Listen to the song on Spotify, here.

Review Fix: How did this track come to be?

James: I came across a producer in LA and we wrote out what I was really feeling at the time. I realized I messed up in a past relationship that was bothering me and I never really got the chance to apologize for it.

Review Fix: What makes it extra special to you?

James: I think what makes this track extra special to me is writing and going through the actual experience. It’s real to me

Review Fix: How would you like people to be affected by your new single?

James: I just want people to listen to the song and take away the lessons that I learned about messing up from my past relationships. Remembering the good times and missing someone you used to have that’s no longer in your life is a really relatable experience. I know I’m not the only one going through it and I want the listeners to know the same.

Review Fix: What are your goals for Never Said Sorry?

James: I just want to inspire others and continue putting similar content out there. Writing songs that are apart of my story.

Review Fix: What’s next in the career of Christian James?

James: Next in my career is to release this EP and tour off of this new material!

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