Ditch sound baths and forest baths (such shit exists), if you want to flush out your anxiety then you need a banger to dance and cry until you’ve exorcised it all out. NY-based artist EVVY delivers us the ultimate anxiety antidote with her new synthpop single “OOMS.” With her glass-cutting vocals that rip through the track, EVVY toys with bursting inflections and tone shifts that yield a dynamic hook. Enjoy:
“‘OOMS’ (Out of My System) was written during a time where I confronted the anxiety and depression that I had let takeover my life” shared EVVY.
Co-written with Brandon Colbein (ZAYN, Liam Payne, Hayley Kiyoko) and produced by Chris Lyon (The Chainsmokers, Carly Rae Jepsen), “OOMS” is the gal’s first single in four years. EVVY first broke into the scene with her self-titled EP back in 2015 and has garnered more than 8 million streams. She took a hiatus from music due to a family member’s health and spent these past few years refocusing and rearranging her priorities. Now the gal is back and is ready to share what she’s been songsmithing behind the scenes.
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