All the way from New York, 20 y/o singer-songwriter Anna Thoresen has dropped yet a new single titled “party girl’s lament.” This latest pop/R&B track conveys the talented artist fighting her addictions in a deeply personal way.
“party girl’s lament” written and produced by Anna Thoresen, with additional guitar arrangements by Matthew Holdren, recounts the narrative of a girl who can’t seem to run away from her problems, no matter how hard she tries to use drugs and drink to escape.
Speaking about the inspiration behind “party girl’s lament”, Anna Thoresen says,
“It comes from a very vulnerable, personal place that I don’t speak about often, but screams through my music. It’s about addiction, anxiety, and being in a dark place, and everyone around you is not too different, yet no one really talks about it. Addiction is way more common than we think, especially with underage high school and college kids, and nobody talks about it without feeling shame or guilt. I’d like to break the stigma by speaking on my own experiences”.
Originally from New Jersey, this outstanding artist fell in love with music and performance at the age of ten because of her obsession with musical theater, which she continued throughout high school when she also joined the choir.
During the pandemic, she began recording her debut song “i think this is love?” while still in college and she’s never looked back since. The singer, songwriter, musician, and producer is an excellent new pop-R&B prospect, with a magnificent melting pot of sound waves that blends bedroom pop and alternative.