In The Absence Of Emotional Reciprocation, Play Orla Gartland’s “I Go Crazy”

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Irish artist Orla Gartland give us an emotional detox with her new zesty single “I Go Crazy” where she addresses the frustrations of not being emotionally reciprocated. If you ever found yourself telling someone that you loved them and they gave you a half-ass response or even nothing at all, “I Go Crazy” will alleviate the pain and embarrassment that came with it. Produced by The Usual Suspects (Ben Langmaid – half of La Roux – and Sean Genockey), “I Go Crazy” is a punchy pop anthem for all of us on the verge of losing it…or already lost it:

“It’s about telling someone you love them for the first time and not hearing it back,” she explained. “Bad times. I went into the studio the next day so fired up and channeling the emotion into the track was cathartic. It captures a moment where I was truly a breaking point.”

Orla first broke into the scene by doing cover songs on YouTube, which garnered more than 11.5 million views. Her 2013 debut EP, Roots, topped the charts in Ireland, UK, and US. Since then, she has toured around the world released various records. She has sold-out headline shows coming up:

5/24 – Thousand Island (London, UK)***SOLD OUT

5/25 – Upstairs @ Whelans (Dublin, Ireland)***SOLD OUT