It’s hard to be vulnerable in music. It takes a couple really unique traits, honesty and talent. For someone to be truly vulnerable, they have to be brutally honest with themselves and the world, but also posses the talent to concisely mix their feelings with music. This describes Lennon Stella perfectly, as she’s not trying to be somebody she’s not. She tells of struggles in relationships and break ups, but is able to convey it through playful lines. She says, “Some people want to switch it up, like just one love, could never be enough. Some people watch golf on TV, and neither of those things make sense to me.” What a brilliant way to explain a tough emotional battle.
Release date: April 24, 2020
Similar artist(s): Noah Cyrus, Julia Michaels
Top tracks: Golf on TV, Older Than I Am, Much Too Much