Toronto artist Grizzly Coast embraces the art of self-acceptance and growth in her new single “Catch & Release,” an indie pop piece that sends an upbeat rush with a playful flair. Through swelling guitars and I-love-me tone, Grizzly Coast reminds us to pat ourselves in the back while dismissing haters:
In her own words, “This song emphasizes that you can turn your back on the takers. You don’t need another person to complete you – some self-respect will do that all on its own. I believe that we’re the architects of our existence, so we might as well show up for ourselves and reach for a life we’d be proud to live.”
The track is from her upcoming EP, which is still in the works.
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