Tala notes, “After a year-long situationship, full of broken promises disguised as Chicago rooftop kisses and sweet I love you’s, I finally had enough and decided to end it. Feeling inspired by my complicated love affair, I decided to create an upbeat, Steve Lacy-inspired, Alternative R&B song in my apartment bedroom that reflected my new sense of empowerment and self-confidence. “Call Back” is a song about vulnerability, empowerment, and self-love”. CONTINUE READING
During their formative years, Neon Dreams experimented with diverse musical styles until they garnered over 20 million streams, a gold record, and an expanding fan base. However, despite the recognition and positive feedback, the band felt a void. Frank Kadillak, the lead vocalist, confessed that he lacked a personal voice. CONTINUE READING
Ben Provencial, a promising singer-songwriter in the LA-based bedroom pop scene, is carrying on his musical journey in 2023 with the release of his latest single, “Eyes.” This marks his second new release of the year, ensuring that his fans are kept satisfied. Through this track, Ben showcases a different facet of his music style. The song begins with a relaxed bedroom pop vibe, featuring minimal production, but gradually progresses into a darker pop groove, thanks to the exquisite production by Joe Avio. “Eyes” serves as a sneak peek into the various moods and emotions that Ben can offer his listeners. CONTINUE READING
UK artist Eden Rain releases the hypnotic new track Bed and after a few listens, it will stick in your head. Bed (For The Year)” is the latest release from Rain’s upcoming debut EP “Gutter Vision” which is scheduled to be released in May. The track exhibits Rain’s enchanting vocals as they blend with an innovative production that combines elements of alternative pop and indie genres.
“About 10 years ago, when I was in high school, I was given a book called ‘The Woman Who Went To Bed For A Year’. It was written by Sue Townsend and it sat on my bookshelf for a really long time and I didn’t actually read it, I just always stared at the cover of the book from my bed. When I was sad, (classic) for an extended period of time (depressed), I found that I couldn’t stay away from my bed. I read the book then because I was like ‘ugh, wish I could be in bed for a year’, and it’s about a married woman who’s twin children move away from home and she goes to bed for a year and doesn’t leave. And so that’s what the book is and what the song is based on, in a nutshell. I return to the book (and the bed) when life gets hard and I wanted to write an ode to that.”- Eden Rain.