US talent tiLLie returns today with a gutsy, bold and sharp mix of electronic pop and alternative rock. If there’s one song that’s sure to stick in your minds all day – this will be it.
“‘Flip a Switch’ feels like the beginning of a new era for me. I was finally able to channel elements from some of my biggest influences like Beastie Boys, early Eminem, and Rage Against the Machine in a way that feels singular to me.”
You could easily assume that ‘Hell Yeah!’ was released in the 90’s through it’s dedication to music by the likes of Blur and The Prodigy.
Yet this new release from tiLLie is very current, and addresses the relationship between young people and the recent lockdowns.
“‘Hell Yeah!’ touches on the frustration I think a lot of my friends and I have been feeling. We’re in our 20’s – we’re supposed to be outside fuc*ing shit up, living our lives, and everything going on in the world has forced us inside. It speaks to how the pandemic simplified the ways in which I gauged whether or not I had a good day – did I make it through without having a mental break down and am I still alive? Which is equally humbling and incredibly depressing so I channeled all those paradoxical feelings and pent up energy into this song.”
An infectiously addictive blend of electronica, pop and rock from tiLLie. This is a confidently bold sound that makes no apologies; electrifying synths, grungy guitars, and nostalgic Mario Cart-esque game chimes keep you hooked from start to finish.