Genre-mashing singer and songwriter Avaraj returns with the seminal ‘What’s Next?’

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A talented artist with a penchant for seamlessly blending genres into unique musical inventions, Georgia’s Avaraj is back with a stunning new single titled ‘What’s Next?’ With a sound described as “blackbear meets Phoebe Bridgers,” Avaraj has well and truly made her mark with the new single, following earlier hit ‘All Alone’ in perfect form.

A vibrant cut built on melodic guitar notes and Avaraj’s evocative call of “I can’t seem to get you off my mind,” the single unfolds with a defiant rock edge, setting a strong musical foundation for Avaraj’s expressive vocals. Dwelling on the idea of what happens if you’re not the one, the song is an explosive mix of heavy guitar riffs colliding with introspective lyrics and stepped percussion, creating a busy mix of sounds that will hit your heart, mind, and soul in equal measure.

Inspired by pop, rap, rock, and R&B, Avaraj’s music is made for open-minded, young adults who are still trying to figure out life and learn from their mistakes. It’s this ethos and style that makes the new single so accessible and enjoyable, capturing a difficult and often devastating side to relationships that we don’t always want to open up to.

Avaraj started writing to better understand her own life and come out stronger on the other side, but it quickly became her passion. Consumed by the desire to connect with others through shared experiences, she transformed words into song, as she explained, “In the worst times of my life, music was light in the darkness for me. I felt less alone in my struggles and more connected to others - that's what I want my music to do."

With big dreams and plenty of energy to spare, Avaraj seeks to positively influence society with her music, and with songs like 'What's Next?', she's well on her way to becoming one of the most phenomenal artists of our generation.

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