Los Angeles is a complicated city – it mind-numbs and -fucks you at the same time. LA artist Evalyn captures the unapologetic grandeur and greed that saturates the City of Angels in her single “Big Bad City.” Using gospel-sized choruses and dark atmospherics, “Big Bad City” channels the aura of possession and shallow charm that makes up LA. It’s a love/hate relationship where Evalyn taps into the parasitic intentions that so-called Angels may have. Yes, you’ll meet some of the shittiest people on earth and experience parking nightmare, but you can’t quit it – it’s one of the most addictive metropolises around the world:
“Big Bad City” is from Evalyn’s upcoming EP Salvation, which will be out on September 28 and was co-produced by Nicopop. In regards to her upcoming EP, Evalyn shared,“One of the central themes is the idea of trying to find something to save you, whether it’s religion or a cult or anything else you might worship.”
Don’t join cults, learn to parallel park properly and be on the lookout for more Evalyn’s music.
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