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Women Crushing Wednesday featuring new music by Charlotte OC, Bathe Alone, Grizzly Coast, Shasta, Zoe Ferguson, and Olive Louis

Charlotte OC ” Freedom “

UK pop singer-songwriter Charlotte OC has released her second single Freedom, which is off her upcoming EP Oh The Agony Oh The Ecstasy which is slated to drop this spring. The blend of synths and drums that showcase Charlotte OC’s polished vocals give this single an energetic vibe that will be great at getting you through that hump day slump

Bathe Alone ” Calm Down “

Atlanta based singer and multi-instrumentalist Bailey Crone who goes by Bathe Alone to perform has released a masterful dream pop single Calm Down. The single takes on panic attacks which Crone herself struggles with. Her soft vocals are gauzy over the adrenaline spiked drums and sprawling guitar riffs. Calm Down is off her debut album Last Looks which will drop sometime this summer.

Grizzly Coast ” Forever “

Toronto based artist Alannah Kavanagh who goes by the moniker Grizzly Coast has released a new single titled Forever, which is full of heavy guitar riffs and thoughtful lyrics, highlighted by her velvet rich vocals. It is a dream-pop hazy tune that is worthy add to your playlist.

Shasta ” Roaming Hearts “

Shasta’s new single Roaming Hearts sucks you in right at the beginning with spikey synths that lead you through a landscape of dreamy vocals. Made up of an all-star lineup with Micayla Grace (Albert Hammond Jr, Bleached), Jennifer Duardo, Jon Sortland (The Shins) and featuring Cecilia Della Perruti (Gothic Tropic, Beck) they give us perfect hazy dream-pop.

Zoe Ferguson ” i’m ok “

‘i’m ok’ Portland-based ZoĆ« Ferguson’s fourth single and her first single of 2020 deals with convincing your friends you are ok, but you are not really sure you are. The lyrics are relatable to many of us and the catchy hook and lush production will have you hitting the repeat button.

Olive Louise ” Bad Things “

Singer, songwriter, and composer from New York Olive Louise melds her classically trained background ( her mother was the lead pianist with the Long Island Philharmonic orchestra) with pop music giving the listener a fresh perspective on contemporary pop. Her new single Bad Things deals with Olive’s struggle with anxiety at a young age ( her writing has become a form of therapy for her ) and is a haunting and eerie tune, the video that accompanies it has a theatrical feel with its washed-out pastel colors and dram like touches that brings the anxiety to the forefront.

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You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day. If I'm not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc of vinyl.

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