Cincinnati-based young artist Meggie York drops new track “Couldn’t be forever” from new upcoming music
The track follows her solo artist debut EP some songs i wrote, and is part of a series of new music she’ll be rolling out over the course of 2021. “Couldn’t Be Forever” is a thumping electro-pop anthem about fleeting young love with haunting yet powerful production courtesy of 2SCOOPS.
The artist shares: “‘Couldn’t Be Forever’ addresses falling in love at a young age, and how love can be seen as a destination rather than a journey,” York explains. “Young love can be confusing even if it doesn’t seem that way at the time. It’s hard to make someone else happy if you don’t even know what you want for yourself and your future.”
Meggie York is no stranger to early success. At just 20 years old, the now-LA resident has already built an impressive songwriting career, collaborating + featuring with some of the biggest artists in the electronic scene and landing label placements on NCS, Seeking Blue, Ophelia Records, Enhanced, and Monstercat.
She has amassed over 5 million streams as an independent artist, and has shared the stage with acts like Why Don’t We, Ava Max, Logan Henderson, Jake Miller, EBEN, and Spencer Sutherland.