New Music Sunday: September 6th 2020

emilytreadgold #1, New 9 Tracks

I just can't help but smile when I see there's a new LOVA track out. Her new song is about living life to the fullest and well, we're trying our best.

She says, "One Day Left is a reminder that life is precious. No one knows what tomorrow looks like or how long we have on this planet... so instead of worrying about the small stuff like asking your crush on a date, staying up late at night wondering about what people think of you or getting jealous and upset over dumb shit. We should enjoy every day like it is our last and appreciate the things and the ones we have. I really hope that when you listen to the song you will put aside all of your negative thoughts for 3 minutes and dance like there’s no tomorrow and like no one’s watching!!!"

Taylor DeBlock has such a unique sound, he blends genres so effortlessly. His latest, "Right Way" is the perfect song for the end of summer, when your summer fling is wrapping up and there's an inevitable end. Some things can't last forever.

He says, "In an attempt to do as much as possible to make things right, the song depicts the pain I faced in the inescapable unraveling of love. The song takes you to a place we are all too familiar with: heartbreak.”

Our fav witch-pop queen is back and we're so excited. Each of her songs has such a unique feel and this one is haunting but catchy. You definitely don't want to be on her bad side.

CHAOS!!! We're here for some chaotic energy from Gia Woods. We cannot wait for her upcoming EP to drop because every song has been fire.

She says, "Chaos was written during a pretty low point, when life just kept giving me lessons. I was getting out of a long term relationship, moving out, and living on my own for the first time in four years. Everything around me was changing and yet it felt like I had no time to process it. While dealing with all that, I was pouring my heart out in the studio almost everyday. The day I wrote this song, I got into a car accident on the way to the studio, had my car towed, and had half my closet with me in suitcases. I was a hot ass mess and was two hours late to meet a team of people I‘d never met before. It’s fitting that this song is called CHAOS because that day felt like Hurricane Gia and everything that could go wrong did - but out of it, one of my favorite songs I’ve ever written was born. It’s a reminder that something beautiful can come from a mess."

Mothica proved that she's one of THE hottest artists this year. Her latest album Blue Hour captures that perfect mixture of dark, poetic lyrics over effervescent melodies that capture the duality in Mothica's music. This album covers everything from her battle with mental health, sobriety, and her fear of intimacy in a way that feels like you're talking to your best friend. It's relatable to the core. She's worked so incredibly hard for this moment and you can tell she put her whole soul into this.

She posted on Instagram, "Someone told me that every artist has their ‘getting sober album’ eventually. I find it ironic that my first album is my ‘getting sober’ album, because I think that’s telling to how quickly I was forced to grow up. I was dealt a lot of difficult cards at a young age that i tried to self-medicate away. It took me a while to get my shit together but I finally feel like i’m healing."