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PREMIERE: ABIGAIL FIERCE – “SCREAM IT TO THE WHOLE WORLD”

The alt-rocker brings back old school rock ‘n’ roll vibes for her new single.

ABIGAIL FIERCE
ABIGAIL FIERCE

Taking us back to the days where All Time Low and Paramore ruled the airwaves with her sassy new single is alt-pop rocker Abigail Fierce with “Scream it to the Whole World.” Pushing the contemporary rock boundaries, the artist draws us into her exhilarating world and goes full throttle with bouts of nostalgia and thumping pop-rock basslines. Bursting through the chorus, the singer dives in deep on a personal story that happened to her in high school, as she belts out, “She’s the only one for me, but she said no one can know.”

Explaining the meaning behind the single, the artist said, “This song is about something that happened to me in high school. I was close friends with a girl that I had romantic feelings for, and she said she liked me back, but publicly she didn’t want anyone to know, and publicly she had a boyfriend. It was a hard thing to deal with at that age… really liking someone a lot for the first time and having them not want to be seen with you. As a member of the LGBT community, it means a lot for me to be able to release this during pride month.”

Solely written by the singer, Fierce puts her witty lyricism and killer guitar rhythms on full display, as she also revealed that she played all the instruments on the single aside from the drums. Entering the second half of 2021 riding a wave of high energy, the singer is due to drop some more big hits this year.

Check out the single below…

PREMIERE: ABIGAIL FIERCE – “SCREAM IT TO THE WHOLE WORLD”

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