Upsahl has released her highly anticipated ep Young Life Crisis and it’s her most relatable release so far.
With self-aware wit and no holds-barred, the five-track project details the ups and downs of hookups, heartbreak, and hope in the post-millennial multiverse.
It’s an EP that the listener cannot help but to relate to. The title track, Young Life Crisis in particular is one that hits hard.
“Meltdown on my best friend’s couch, lines on the table, and boredom in my mouth.” Twinkling piano underscores the refrain, “Young life crisis, loving the taste, hurts so good it’s numbing my brain.” The accompanying music video literally brings these scenes to life as she thrashes an apartment in her wildest visual yet.
Meanwhile, “Sad Sorry After Party” hinges on shuddering bass as her night takes a turn for the weird. The EP culminates on the acoustic guitar-laden “Fake Bxtch,” which ends on an affirmation, “Don’t ever change bxtch.”
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