Ida Laurberg Shares Her Shower Monologues In “Personal Letters” 

Some people shampoo their hair…others perform monologues

Photo: Jeppe Klausen

Usually when we wake up, we shower and cry before going to work. Danish artist Ida Laurberg does monologues – angry ones where she reflects on being pushed by other people and the hurt that follows. Her new single “Personal Letters” is a smoothly burning anthem built on subtly dark undertones where Laurberg pours out her frustrations. If you ever struggled in setting boundaries or simply can relate to performing shower monologues, this is the song for you:

In her own words, “’Personal Letters’ is about my frustration of not having the nerve to confront people in my life when they do something that hurts me – which ends up in me getting hurt and having my boundaries overstepped time after time. Instead, I keep up finding myself perform angry monologues with myself in the shower in the mornings. That’s ‘Personal Letters.’”