by Thomas Bedward April 15, 2022
When we last heard from the brilliant Aidan Selene, she had just delivered the wonderfully familiar and gorgeously built ‘I Cry At Parties’, a dark pop anthem that never failed to draw a reaction. It was a wonderfully dark pop anthem, offering a gorgeous blend of genres and bold artistic statements. Today, we’re proud to present another seminal release from Aidan, with ‘Jealous Girl’ hitting like a beautiful alt-pop anthem.
After first starting piano lessons at the age of nine, Aidan began writing songs and developing her sound, it didn’t take long before she was winning over audiences. After winning the local Haverhill Idol title in 2016, starting a band with her twin sister, and taking to the stage at fairs, festivals, and open mics all across her local area, Aidan had well and truly set the standard for her blossoming career. While her sister left the band, Aidan has been able to reinvent herself as a powerful and wonderfully promising solo star, and her new single proves it to fans and critics alike.
Speaking openly about her music, Aidan has said, “I use my creativity and craziness for stabilizing and making sense of everything that I feel and see as I grow up,” and you can practically hear that in her new single, with every note and line eclipsed in a wave of tactile emotion. Musically, the single is a glistening slice of dark, alt-pop that easily stands alongside some of the best mainstream singles on the charts today, but where it really shines, is in Aidan’s lyrics and delivery.
Caught on a wave of human moments, ‘Jealous Girl’ is everything we’ve come to love about Aidan’s style and more, capturing a real and brutally honest sound that we can all relate to. You can stream the new single below.
Available now on all major platforms, and as part of our official Spotify playlist for 2022, ‘Jealous Girl’ is another dark-pop gem from Aidan, cementing herself as one of the modern music’s most promising new talents.
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