Jeana Is The Boss Of Her Breakup In “Nameless”

Power pop

Photo: Courtesy of Yes Please PR

Hailing from London, 19-year-old Jeana does not let her eyeliner smear over her cheekbones as she processes a breakup – instead, she reclaims the power dynamic by being the boss of her emotions in her new single “Nameless.” This is not a track of repressing your emotions, but using them to empower yourself so you can exorcise your past and move on with that bitch-I’ve-got-this facial expression that Jeana is showing us while holding pizza. “Nameless” is pop polished with an alternative edge that captures Jeana’s energy as an artist and badass:

“I wanted ‘Nameless’ to be a breakup song that came from a place of power instead of vulnerability…. A song to urge people to feel stronger about their truth rather than feeling guilty about wanting to leave a toxic situation,” shared the gal.

Co-written and recorded with producer Ginger Snaps in the basement of some greeting cards shop in Northampton Town Centre (super random), “Nameless” is a glimpse of Jeana’s evolving artistry as the gal continues to pave her style. Originally from Bedford, Jeana has been making music since the age of 12 and first caught the eye of producer Kristofer Harris (indoor pets, Bear’s Den, Ghost Poet) with her four-track demo. She’s been featured across radio stations and has been building a steady fanbase at an early age. Currently set to perform across the UK, the gal will be hitting various festivals and venues starting next month:

10/4 – Esquires, Bedford | Supporting Marthagunn

10/25 – The Gari, Northampton | Headline Show

10/26 – Blue Moon, Cambridge | Unsigned Festival

12/11 – The Craufurd Arms, Milton Keys | Supporting Pop Will Eat Itself