Daniella Binyamin releases her third single, "Out of Fuel", telling of relatable relationship insecurities.

Back with a new release that makes her feel “cooler and bolder” than she really is, singer/songwriter Daniella Binyamin is an artist making waves. She has roots in both the countryside of Sweden, as well as the vivid cities of the Middle East, and songwriting has always been her means of processing the world around her, as well as herself. Today’s single “Out of Fuel” is no different, explaining an intimate story of fragility and insecurity.


Daniella had been working as a backing singer and songwriter for artists like Lukas Graham, Zara Larsson and Robin Schulz before she realised her dream as a solo artist. Having achieved songs in top 3 on German and UK radio as part of her behind-the-scenes work, her solo debut came earlier this year in the form of tracks “Grand Hotel” and “Toothpaste Kisses”.


Her latest release comes from a debut album due in January, but “Out of Fuel” is one of the oldest tracks on the project. Speaking on the release, Daniella explains: “It’s a sad and sensual song with a quite bold soundscape, but the song is actually fragile and really about feeling insecure and small in a relationship. I picture this song as a ghost that sits on your shoulder and keeps reminding you of what you keep running away from. What you already know, but trying to deny”.

Stream "Out of Fuel" below: