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PREMIERE: JAZZIE YOUNG – “WALLFLOWER”

The LA-based indie pop artist unveils her brand new single, hacked from her forthcoming sophomore EP.

Photography by Shelby Parks

Photography by Shelby Parks

Amidst a fast-paced world where social media likes and follow counts define our self-worth more than anything else, it can be all too easy to lose sight of what is really important in life. Having experienced this herself, LA-based indie pop artist Jazzie Young turned towards her tune-crafting to create “wallflower” — a spellbinding tale of a woman clawing her way back to herself.

Released alongside a moving music video, Jazzie buries herself in fallen petals as she reminds herself of the times she has spread herself too thin to please others. Under a blanket of sombre notes and uplifting synthesisers, “wallflower” builds a narrative that is not only relatable to all but also has reassurance baked the whole way through it. As the track draws to a close, when the rising melody reaches a point of triumph, Jazzie regains her wings and learns to be there for herself in times of loneliness — a welcomed departure from the usual boy-saves-lonely-girl narrative.

Elaborating further on the track, Jazzie explains, “‘wallflower’ is a song I wrote about the pieces of myself I had lost or changed in my attempt to please the people around me. It’s an intimately produced song that tells the story of how I ended up disconnected from myself and through that admission, how I was slowly returning to a more authentic and whole place. The accompanying music video reflects the ups and downs of this process through imagery of loneliness, coinciding with metamorphosis and a heavy emphasis on shadows vs light.”

Hacked from her forthcoming sophomore EP, Jazzie has made her presence known — and we are more than here for her ascendance. To stream the track and visual now, head below…

Photography by Shelby Parks

Photography by Shelby Parks
PREMIERE: JAZZIE YOUNG – “WALLFLOWER”

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