NEW MUSIC: Your Smith - “YOU COULD’VE TOLD ME”

27 Aug 2019

LA's singer reveals a new single "You Could've told me"

LA-based artist Your Smith shares her newest single “You Could’ve Told Me” today along with her EP title Wild Wild Woman out September 13th on Neon Gold Records. Your Smith has also announced a Fall tour supporting Matt Maeson and K. Flay starting in August.

The Minneapolis native relocated to Los Angeles in 2016 and after years of releasing her music under her given name, Caroline Smith, she let go of her insecurities and reawakened herself under the new moniker Your Smith. Her newfound steadfastness, boldness, and unapologetic nature through her alter ego flourishes in her latest, acoustic driven single, “You Could’ve Told Me,” as she sings, “You could’ve told me, when you met me, all your love was gone.”

Smith’s freedom of her new self appears through her previously released, carefree single, “Wild Wild Woman,”, an anthem for the wild woman that lives inside us all, begging to be let out. The warm, synth-pop gem is tinged with Funk and R&B rhythms, Smith’s silky, smooth voice, and a beat that’s danceable until the very end. Following this lighthearted essence, Smith released “In Between Plans,” a song inspired by an acid trip on a catamaran in Nicaragua. Written in a jungle hut at Neon Gold’s prestigious NEON GOLDEN writing retreat, the session was attended by Tove Lo, Phoebe Ryan, What So Not and more. It was there she was able to shove self-doubt aside and take her artistry to a new level.

 

 

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