Sidney Bird, the pop-western princess born and bred in Arizona, is taking the alternative scene by storm, racking up an impressive five million streams and cultivating a fervent fanbase with her authentic crossover releases.
Her latest offering is pure cinematic excellence, with 'Bitters' revolving around pretentious young men in upper-class circles who display immaturity and chauvinism. The comedic music video, shot in Palm Springs, depicts the narrative of a housewife and her pool boy. Sidney showcases her exceptional talents with humorous charm and elegance.
'Bitters' not only showcases Sidney’s musical talent but also serves as a commentary on encounters with snobbish young men. The song’s music video, shot against the picturesque backdrop of Palm Springs, adds a cinematic touch to the narrative, weaving a comedic tale of a housewife and her pool boy. While the song might be about young men in high society who act childish and chauvinistic, the song could really be about any male who acts in this behaviour as childish and chauvinistic knows no age limit.
Channelling her inner sass and a little bit of ‘fuck you' attitude, 'Bitters' is available now alongside the official music video.
Sidney Bird is a southwestern darling making a name for herself in Brooklyn. Born and raised in Arizona, Bird holds her own in the scene of western pop artists like Kacey Musgraves and Leon Bridges, but also leans into the indie pop scene taking influence from the likes of Maggie Rogers and Noah Kahan. A true crossover act, Bird feels a strong creative impulse when home in Arizona, writing all of her songs there before fleshing them out with producers in Brooklyn.
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