Emerging singer-songwriter from Toronto renforshort has dropped her new single, nostalgic (luvsick). The track follows up the singers critically acclaimed song fuck, i luv my friends.
Having released her debut EP teenage angst earlier this year, the 18-year-old singer is now gearing up for a series of single releases for the remainder of the year as she continues to explore her ever-evolving sound. Her intimate new track seamlessly captures the feeling of adolescent heartbreak, with the singers signature deeply reflective and relatable lyricism over an alt-pop soundscape.
Speaking of the songs creative inspiration and forthcoming music video, the singer shares: “nostalgic (luvsick) is a really important song to me, I’ve been sitting on it for so long and it is truly one of my favourites! This song is very visual for me, and it reminds a lot of Scott Pilgrim, which is basically the backbone for the entire creative arch surrounding the song, the visuals and cover art are reminiscent of Scott’s character, I think that it’s really cool to be able to be in Scott’s shoes and play his character for a brief moment, also pulling in Edgar wright’s creative style is something I wanted to be prevalent in the creatives. The song in itself is just reminiscing on past experiences with a person and now more than ever it feels very real for me, after all my friends have left for school and are moving away I feel like I’m thinking about our times together more than ever and this song really brings out those feelings and moments!”
nostalgic (luvsick) is out now! Listen to the track below.