Nashville’s Love You Later is a hopeless romantic. The synth artist’s song “Said You’d Be There” is about a crush who made a promise to be at one of her shows and never came through. Thus the singer pours out her emotion singing, “Thought I’d see you on Friday/And I’m not gonna lie babe I wish I saw you on Friday/Cause you said that you’d be there/Said that you’d be there”.
The synth artist gathers influences from today’s pop music meshed with 80s and early 90s new wave/synth pop. The singer writes from the heart much like how today’s underground favorites Soccer Mommy and Snail Mail does. Her writing and music come together in such a vulnerable, lush, and beautiful way. Listen to “Said You’d Be There” below.
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words / Robert Frezza
photos / Sara Anne Waggoner