Inspired by a wide variety of influences, Mobile, Alabama's Claire Frazier's youthful pop can be drawn to the comparison of genre-bending writers such as Billie Eilish, Flume, and Chelsea Cutler. Left field pop melodies, explosive rhythms, and anthemic undertones are only a few of the surprising components coming from the 17-year old artist. Her debut single, "I Want You Bad" offers a refreshing perspective on the adolescent experience, expressing the regret and growing pains that come with falling in and out of love. The stunning production highlights Frazier's profound vocals. A heavy dose of bass and contemporary grooves drive the canorous tones of "I Want You Bad", as Frazier’s earnest voice soars over the track. Not one to conform to a classic pop structure, the song oozes and eases towards the end with an unresolved angst.
As the artist recalls,
"From daydreaming, to feeling like they are too overwhelmed to go forward, to having societal pressures, to wanting to have fun but also wanting to meet the expectation of others… these songs deal with my life (and things I have seen others go through) throughout high school."