Added: Wyatt Alvord - Date: 05.12.2021 01:12 - Views: 20592 - Clicks: 7461
Music is often a form of escapism. In a year which saw multiple crises come to a head, we needed pop more than ever before. My plan for the year was to tour the country playing festivals and meet people who have supported my music on social media. A worldwide pandemic had other plans. I tried red wine, TV and cigarettes as a solution. The snack quality also tends to be way better. Research shows that music can have a positive impact on our mood and behaviour.
The anxious mind loves a good hook to wrap itself around. Just so much as listening to our favourite tracks can give our brains the little hits of dopamine that make us feel great, and nailing a BLACKPINK routine alongside this can feel like winning the neurochemical jackpot.
I feel that, generally, pop music has become a little bit too cool for school lately. This also seemed like the perfect time to collaborate with another artist; Doug Thee Savage is an up-and-coming hip-hop artist from the US. I was so happy that Doug wanted to do a verse.
We sent the demo over, and he turned it around in no time at all. His impact really amplified things. Creating the track brought me out of a slump, and gave me the oomph I needed to get back on the musical horse. Sharing the music with the audience is the whole point of doing what we do, right? It felt like a light at the end of a long, dark tunnel.
The healing effect of pop music is one of the things that attracted me to the craft in the first place, but little did I know how important it would be when confronted with the mother-of-all shit-show years. Adversity always creates opportunity. If you can harness the healing power of creativity, I believe you can withstand a lot of what life will throw your way.
Looking ahead to the new year, I so hope that I can come and meet those of you who have supported me this year. Fingers crossed, by the time the summer comes around, we will be out of the necessary restrictions, and it will be safe for us to be together and party up-close again!
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