If going ‘six ft underneath’ seems like this, then demise will not be that dangerous. Leah Kate provides soiled secrets and techniques a dance-pop bop with ‘Grave,’ and she or he tells HL the inspiration behind the seductively sinister tune.
You recognize what they are saying about secrets and techniques, proper? “Three folks can hold a secret if two of them are lifeless.” That little bit of morbid fact is on the coronary heart of “Grave,” the charming new tune from Leah Kate. Although the LA-based artist sings a couple of harmful scenario that may flip lethal at a second’s discover – “Not good to me / you’re bringing out the dangerous aspect of me / Maintain hiding me / however don’t you ever say bye to me / however don’t ever go say bye to me” – it’s paired with a cool, thumping bassline that’s extra irresistible than the apple Eve gave unto Adam. It’s a tantalizing dance observe about these soiled little secrets and techniques that really feel oh, oh so good.
“ ‘Grave’ was impressed by that one choice you make that you’ll must take to the grave with you,” Leah tells MeSlop EXCLUSIVELY. “It’s about doing one thing dangerous and conserving it a secret…like seeing an ex, and wanting nobody to know…” Contemplating it was launched within the top of the spooky season, “Grave” may be the right addition to any Halloween soundtrack (although, it might additionally linger on, just like the aforementioned ‘dangerous’ choice that may comply with you till your dying day.)
Leah’s “Grave” comes on the heels of her new ep, Used To This. The final two tracks on the three-song challenge (“Used To This,” “F-ck Up The Friendship,” “Dangerous Concept”) had been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday. The EP, written from Leah’s mattress throughout the COVID-19 quarantine, tells the story of a relationship, a biographical tour of a precise occasion in her life. It’s a weak take a look at a rising pop songstress and an ideal introduction to her sincere, open lyricism that always comes with a beat that makes you need to transfer.
Earlier than Used To This, Leah launched her debut EP, Impulse, in 2019. Nevertheless, she’s been at this music recreation for a minute. She started singing and writing music at age 12. Her ardour for music would generally get in the way in which of her day-to-day life. She was fired from a job as a result of she spent extra time within the studio than at her work. A self-starter and refuse-to-take-no-for-an-answer kind of a boss, Leah would simply contact main labels and ship them voice memos, hoping that they’d produce these demo tacks.
She in the end determined to run her personal full-service label, and the exhausting work has paid off. She has racked up over 9 million streams as an unbiased artist with much more new music coming earlier than 2021.
“Grave” is out now.