New Music Sunday: September 26th 2021

emilytreadgold #1, New 9 Tracks

Kacy Hill's dreamy voice always feels too pure for this world. "Easy Going" is just that, an easy-going song that feels so effortless and shimmering but with lyrics that pull at your emotions.

She sings, "'Cause I'm going through all the motions/ Oh, I gotta be/They say the storm will stop rolling/ Hoping they're right /But I'm in a garden, it's so quiet/ And inside/ Screaming, I just wanna feel fine."

Mickey Guyton just continues to impress, her new album "Remember Her Name" is filled with her artful storytelling and vulnerable lyrics, this album definitely puts country music in a new light.

I always approach music from a heart perspective. These songs are truly a celebration of finding my voice, not only as a songwriter but as the person I am now. I would like to thank all of the incredible songwriters, musicians, and producers that helped me share my story with the world. I set out to create music that would make people feel self-empowered, loved, and comfortable with being themselves, and this album holds true to all of that. When you hear Remember Her Name I want you to feel inspired, feel seen, and feel loved.

Go Fever never misses, "Long Run" is the perfect chill vibe with a gorgeous meaning behind it. A reminder that we're all in control of our own destiny.

"The song is a confession, an apology, a cease and desist. It’s a letter to a loved one to say: take care of yourself because no one else will. Fuck The Fates and mold your own destiny; you were never meant to be anything but yourself." - Go Fever

Gia Woods is back with another perfect pop song, "Next Girlfriend" is oozing with confidence and attitude just like we all wanted.

She explains, "As a gay girl, I didn’t explore my sexuality as freely as most of my friends. Navigating coming out of the closet, feeling like an outsider, and not knowing how to tell if other girls were gay, all affected how I experienced growing up in LA. 'Next Girlfriend' continues to explore the themes of Heartbreak County."