She announced a few days ago that she had completed the lyrics to a song started by her late husband Nick Cordero to celebrate the wedding anniversary on September 3.
And Amanda Kloots had another surprise musical bond with her husband when she learned that FINNEAS ‘new single, What They’ll Say About Us, was written with her husband’s battle of COVID-19 in mind.
The 38-year-old dancer took to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday night to record an emotional response to the moving ballad.
Moving: Amanda Kloots, 38, shared a tearful video on her Instagram Stories Wednesday after learning that FINNEAS ‘new song What They’ll Say About Us was written about her late husband Nick Cordero.
Amanda had previously shared a photo of the unique artwork in her Insta Stories before discovering her connection to her and Nick.
Amanda appeared in a follow-up video in a white shirt and a pale peach hoodie with her blonde hair tied back in a ponytail.
“Whoa guys – pretty emotional here,” she began, before calling the FINNEAS song “so beautiful”.
“He just shared with me that he wrote it because it was inspired by Nick, Elvis and me. Crazy, ”she continued.
Already a fan: Amanda had already shared a photo of the unique work in her Insta Stories before discovering her connection to her and Nick.
Tear: “Very moving here,” she began, before calling the song “so beautiful”. She said: “He just shared with me that he wrote it because it was inspired by Nick, Elvis and me”
Emotional: Amanda was momentarily speechless after saying how moved she was by the last lines of the song: “I wish you could see him / He looks like you,” which seemed to refer to Nick and their son. Elvis
“I’m such a fan, but it’s just the most beautiful song,” she continued.
Amanda was momentarily speechless after saying how moved she was by the last lines of the song, “I wish you could see him / He looks like you.”
The lyrics appeared to refer to her and Nick’s son Elvis, who was less than a year old when the actor entered the ICU with COVID-19.
“I keep listening to it and cry louder, but it’s good tears,” she said with a smile, before calling it again “just the most beautiful song.”
Winning Team: FINNEAS is best known for writing or co-writing all of the songs on her younger sister Billy Eilish’s album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go ?; shown in february
Saying goodbye: Nick died aged 41 on July 5 after spending 95 days in the intensive care unit at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after contracting COVID-19
Nick died at the age of 41 on July 5 after a 95-day stay in the intensive care unit at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
After being diagnosed with the new coronavirus, he was put on a ventilator and had to undergo dialysis. In April, his left leg was amputated.
Amanda later revealed that Nick had conquered the virus, but his lungs were too badly damaged for him to recover.
Last year, FINNEAS released the EP Blood Harmony, but he’s best known for his collaborations with his younger sister Billie Eilish.
He wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on singer’s hugely popular album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go ?, which won him five Grammys, including the prestigious Album of the Year award.
Musical Life: In a follow-up text article, Amanda wrote that, “Music heals. Music is inspiring
In a follow-up text article, she wrote that, “Music heals. The music is inspiring.
“I challenge you to turn on the music instead of the TV for a whole day and tell me you don’t feel better. Your mood has improved, ”she wrote.
In a press release, FINNEAS revealed he started writing What They’ll Say About Us after attending a Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles in June.
“During this time, I had also been following Amanda Kloots as she documented her husband Nick Cordero’s time in intensive care in a coma after being admitted for COVID-19,” he wrote.
“To imagine him sitting next to him, waiting, hoping he would wake up, reminded me of all the millions of people around the world who also have loved ones, parents, children and children. extended family members who are going through the same thing. Fight this horrible virus. Some will win and wake up, while others, tragically, may not, ”he continued.
“This song is dedicated to all those who have had to endure this year. I hope this song can offer some kind of comfort to those who might need it.
Inspired: “I had … followed Amanda Kloots as she documented the time her husband Nick Cordero spent in intensive care in a coma after being admitted for COVID-19,” FINNEAS wrote in a press release; shown in february
Big day: Shortly after her first video, Amanda returned to her Insta Stories to announce that Thursday, September 3 would be her wedding anniversary with Nick
Shortly after her first video, Amanda returned to her Insta Stories to announce that Thursday, September 3 would be her wedding anniversary with Nick.
The couple had an intimate ceremony atop a building in New York’s Time Square, before retiring to their room at the Plaza Hotel.
“Even though we’re not Jews, I did the thing where you hit him on the back and he turns around and sees you before the wedding, just because I love this tradition and I think it’s beautiful” , she said.
“It was the perfect marriage. Everything went so well, ”she continued. ‘We danced the night away.’
All she wanted: “It was the perfect marriage. Everything went so well, ”she continued. “We danced the night away,” she said, while showing photos from the big day.
Amanda also said she choreographed an elaborate dance for their first dance as a married couple, which required a costume change and a new dress.
“We said we would dance this dance every year, so I’m going to have to try to remember it and do my part tomorrow.
Amanda said she plans to hit the beach on Thursday to improve her mood, while remembering her late husband.
“I’m actually going to distribute some of Nick’s ashes in the Pacific Ocean because that’s where some of his father’s ashes are located, so I thought that would be a nice thing to do.
Then she planned to have friends over for dinner.
Amanda capped off her videos with a touching display of her wedding book with photos from the big day, including photos of her and Nick getting ready.
She ended with a photo of herself approaching Nick from behind, before touching him so he could see her for the first time on their wedding day.
New Traditions: “Even though we’re not Jews, I did the thing where you pat him on the back and he turns around and sees you before the wedding, just because I like that tradition and I think it is. is beautiful, ”she said
Inseparable: She ended with a photo of herself approaching Nick from behind, before touching him so he could see her for the first time on their wedding day