LA indie pop artist Haiden bring us new hot single ‘flight attendant’
The track was co-written by Dan Swank (All Time Low, New Rules) and co-produced alongside frequent collaborator Barry Fowler.
Haiden shares: “Underneath the song’s callus is a deep need to preserve what made my relationship worth being in,” “This song is the catalyst for my next era, which focuses more on my personal struggles with trust and intimacy, while also maturing in imagery, concept, and tone.”
He released his debut EP Good Grief! last October – a 7 track project featuring two other viral hits, “Can’t Hurt Me” and “DUMP HIM”. The songs reflect a series of intimate stories surrounding Haiden’s inability to protect himself in relationships. While “Can’t Hurt Me” demonstrates his comfortability in toxic relationships, “Wasted” and closing track “Good Grief!” highlight his self-awareness in those moments.
Last December, he embarked on his first 14 date tour, opening for Alejandro Aranda aka Scarypoolparty in venues across the Southwest. Haiden’s success to date is impressive considering his decision to pivot from aerospace engineering to artistry took place only two years ago.
Haiden adds: “A few years ago, I was an engineer living in my car and modeling part time to save money for an eventual move to LA,” “If someone had told me that something as simple as picking up a guitar would wreck those plans so drastically, I would’ve laughed… and probably picked it up anyways.”
Fans can expect more new music from Haiden ahead of the new EP.