In his debut release, "Paralyzed," Lévie integrates synth-based pop with his rock-infused vocals in an alternative sound that has some serious 80’s nostalgia. He wrestles with the obsessive and addictive struggles in his mind and compares that to an evil woman whose sole purpose is to deceive. Lévie says he pulled inspiration from Phil Collins’ “In The Air Tonight”, Daft Punk’s “Tron” soundtrack, The Weeknd, and even Taylor Swift.

Lévie borrows aspects of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven (constantly ending each stanza the same way: forevermore, nevermore, etc.) for the lyrics in the verses and pre-chorus to  culminate in a soaring vocal melody in the chorus that truly display Lévie’s vocal prowess.