7000apart is back. Do not be afraid to say no. Although this is mostly rightfully applied to people trying to push themselves on you, setting your boundaries with your loved ones is equally as important. It’s not rude to say no, in fact saying no can avoid quite a lot of problems in the future.
With these words, I introduce a new single titled “No is a Nice Word” by 7000apart. It’s a breakup song, taking place shortly before the two lovers go their different paths. Finally setting boundaries after too much time spent giving up on things, the song highlights the importance of clear communication and saying what needs to be said rather than staying silent and ghosting someone.
The mastermind behind this single is an international duo called 7000apart. Combining freshest pop sounds akin to Billie Eilish with the blooming pop music era of 2000s, the duo creates some enormously catchy tunes with a distinct feeling of a pop hit that was released a while ago, but still feels so good to this day. “No is a Nice Word” is a great example of this with its rocking emotive vocals and guitar riffs swapping places with quieter emotional parts.
If you love alternative pop with strong rollercoaster energy and a great message, you’re in for a treat!
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