Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Vaeda Black - Suicide Love

Currently in her senior year of high school, emerging 16-year-old alt-pop singer/songwriter Vaeda Black made quite a first impression on the music scene last year when she released her debut single "Face Down", which resulted in Buzznet naming her as one of only five Female Powerhouse Artists To Watch In 2018 alongside Billie Eilish, Camila Cabello, Daya and Julia Michaels. Now nearly a year later and Vaeda Black is back with her sophomore offering entitled "Suicide Love", a soulful, piano-led pop ballad about what it's like to be consumed by love and getting lost in those emotions. With her captivating vocal performance, it's only a matter of time before Vaeda Black becomes a household name.

Speaking on the track, Vaeda says:

"'Suicide Love' is about being so overcome with desire for someone that you can do nothing but give yourself into them. Being vulnerable is hard for a lot of people, but I want this song to represent the good things that come from showing yourself to another person and letting them love you. I wrote this song based on a text message I got from someone. I forget exactly what the conversation was about, but he said 'That’s called suicide, love' and I kept thinking it would be such an interesting way to express love, passion and deep wanting, so I wrote a song around it."

Listen to "Suicide Love" below.

"Suicide Love" is available now on iTunes.

Premiere via Surviving the Golden Age.

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