Rising Indie bedroom-pop artist Awfultune is taking over the indie-pop music scene with brand new single ‘Sad Love Song’
awfultune shares, “This song is a story of something most girls are far too familiar with—a boyfriend that is a player—so she obsesses over the idea of writing a ‘sad love song’ to ruin his reputation as revenge for breaking her heart,” Eden explains. “The pop-driven tone and upbeat vibe masks the true sadness of the story, much in the way a girl would be masking her true feelings and hurt. I am widely known for my sad love songs, but the sound and true meaning are anything but that. I could write a ‘sad love song,’ or I can just get the f*ck over you.”
Her current installment is blue as reflected in awfultune “sad love song”’s cover art and publicity photo by Joshua Shultz. Look for the song’s corresponding video—directed also by Shultz—to be released soon. Often associated to be a ‘sad’ color, this hue is a bit of a play on that and the strength that sometimes is unveiled in our saddest hours.
The new single follows previous awfultune releases including “soda,” “redesign,” “MINE” and her 2019 breakout single “I Met Sarah in the Bathroom” which collectively have landed her over 300 million global streams.
It along with “soda” are two of several new songs to roll out over the next few months leading into awfultune’s debut artist album set for release via AWAL this spring.