"I love writing about real things, things people experience, go through good or bad. I like to put it in a way where people can say "yes, I've been there" or "that's exactly how I feel." I like to get to the heart of it all, through the music and lyrics". Class Vee
"I needed to voice the reason we decide to stay in those situations," Frances began, "so others healing from the same type of heartbreak can take solace in the fact that they are not alone. Stay is a letter to those needing to forgive themselves for what they experienced, and recognizing healing is non-linear and nothing can be gained from a relationship that makes you suffer."
"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
“The truth is, we are fooling ourselves. We should never waste precious time on someone who we have to constantly cater to. It’s ok to let go of relationships that do not add value to our lives. Just know that greater things are in store.” Wild Fire
In the song's narrative, there is context to the past, specifically the time between the breakup and the realization that the narrator is better off this way.
Inspired by the phrase “It seems like you’ve got a feeling and a knowledge and they’re kind of criss-crossing”, which was told to Jesse by one of biggest influences, her grandmother, and written in a couple of weeks, this song resonates with the part of us that hates making decisions and the part of us that feels gratitude towards those loved ones who can always help us clear our head.
In All You Are, the artist writes from the perspective of the villain. With the rising popularity of bad guys in media in recent years, it is no longer a surprise to meet someone who's favorite character is the protagonist's enemy. However, what is endlessly enchanting about the way Shayanne brings Sylvar to life in the form of a song is how she humanizes him.
The desire to wake up present in the lyrics can easily be washed away by Sunday's signature guitar riffs and sweeping and lulling synths. In an unexpected turn of events, the song itself becomes a sphere; while discussing how trapped one can feel in this world, Illogical Sphere ironically created a small bubble that allows people to take a break from the suffocating everyday routine.
A young woman with the desire to express her darkest thoughts and emotions on her journey to find who she truly is, RONIA is a newly debuted artist with a love for grand and dark productions and vehement yet vulnerable lyricism.
Oozing Machiavellian intentions, Golden Apple lures its victim with sugar-coated lyrics and innocent appearance while it prepares them for unexpected a heavy dose of mischievous dark magic. Their siren song, and their beautiful vocals, can distract from the psychedelic and eerie sounds complementing the instrumental, but for those who've managed to see past the charm of their voices, the delicacy they sing with only adds a level of alarm.