Something new

The production process was a beast in itself. Something new loved the concept and knew it could be something special. I was driving back to Texas from the second funeral in Oklahoma and started going down this rabbit hole of relationships.

I took them back to Jay and we crafted "Kerosene". There was a lot of bitterness and anger at the end and it got me thinking about the extremes of love.

We literally went from fighting about whether it should even go on the album to it being the lead single. Somewhere between the rainy dark drive home and me dissecting my family relationships I started down the rabbit hole of my broken marriage. Here is the story: A few of them really stuck Something new were actually pretty damn good but even after going through half of and all of pouring my guts out on paper, I think I was still really holding back.

Once we revisited the song Josh hated the production but I loved it. About a year and a half into the process my co-writer Jay Stolar and I had probably written close to 30 songs.

We scrapped both versions and hashed out some new ideas for the direction of the song. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album.

He was insistent on redoing it and when he did, I hated it. My ex-husband and I divorced in and half of the record is about that experience. I started writing for this project in the summer of You start out in this blissful stage, the happily-ever-after stage. I was driving down I thinking how the hell did we end up there.

My producer Josh Goode came up with a really cool idea for the demo and I, unfortunately, got a little too attached.

Kerosene was important to me because I felt like it expressed a vulnerability and realness in what I had experienced. I loved the concept and I just started dictating lyrics into my phone. We ended up setting it down again and not coming back to it until the rest of the album was done.

It put us in this really awful space because neither one of us wanted to budge.verb (used with object), forced, forc·ing.

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Something New is a American romantic comedy drama film directed by Sanaa screenplay by Kriss Turner focuses on interracial relationships and traditional African American family values and social customs. Critics Consensus: Something New tackles serious questions about race and interracial relationships with genuine appeal and an alluring romance that develops as naturally as the plot%.

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