Holly Wild “Thrill of It”

"Thrill of it is about the chemistry that you feel with someone that you shouldn’t, but there is an addictive electrification that you get when you are with them, and you can’t stay away. You know you should, but you don’t. It’s a type of torture, a self punishment that you put yourself through when you are with them because you know you can’t be with them, but the pain feels so good that you don’t turn away." Holly Wild

Alli Bean- Outside Voice

"Outside Voice is about personal growth & boundary setting. It's about learning where your responsibilities lie & sitting with the understanding that not all people are our friends, even when they smile brightly & offer us our perception of love. It's about confronting who we are in the face of the way others see us & shouting loud truths while letting sleeping dogs lie." Ali Bean

Carlo Errin “honeymoon”

Headlining a project focused on growth and acceptance, honeymoon is the perfect first look into what "the butterfly boy" will sound and feel like: facing someone you've got shared history with who's fully moved on and even found love might bring forth any sort of negative reaction, yet Errin can only find happiness for the other person instead of prioritizing the bitterness and melancholy he's feeling at the moment.

Mia Mormino “Alternate Reality”

"This song is about my tendency to disassociate when my life here on earth gets to be too much," Mia opens up with, confirming the message the song is carrying. "Instead of handling my problems, I create alternate realities to temporarily escape to. I've now learned that this way of coping isn't the healthiest but it sure is fun. Mia Mormino


"This is, again, a tragic love song from another perspective — more of a tragic love story," the artist begins with. Stating he's taken heavy inspiration from a Star Is Born, the 1937 film presenting the doomed love between a famous man and a woman with deep aspirations to a similar future, VOCAL LONER decided to do their own take on the famous story that's been recreated in film four separate times. 

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