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DARLA JADE – “ONLY THE PARANOID SURVIVE” 

The Stoke On Trent singer-songwriter shares sophomore EP.

Darla Jade

Photography by Derek Bremner

Darla Jade
Photography by Derek Bremner

On “Imposter Syndrome”, one of two newly shared tracks on Darla Jade’s “Only The Paranoid Survive” EP, the nascent artist reinterprets the emotional sensation in the context of a relationship. “I’ve personally really struggled in the past with ROCD, which is Relationship OCD / Relationship anxiety” she explains. “I feel it’s not talked about enough, so I wanted to bring the topic up through my music!”

The funk-laden electro-pop jam sees the singer once again flexing her innate knack for musical expression, parlaying her anxieties into a magnetic cut. “Say A Word” doubles the tally of newly released tracks that come with the project, this time exhibiting yet another side of Jade, in the gentle, poignant exploration of supporting loved ones unconditionally through times of need.

The release comes after Jade’s previous tracks “On My Tongue” and “Can’t Run Forever”, which continued to supercharge her ascent to alt-pop’s top ranks, attracting attention far and wide. Whilst she is returning home to play a Stoke gig on the 9th December, international stages would appear to be the inevitable direction of travel.

Get there first, by enjoying Darla Jade’s “Only The Paranoid Survive” EP, right now, below…

DARLA JADE – “ONLY THE PARANOID SURVIVE” 

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