- 17 Sep 21
'City Girls' follows the 20-year-old Dubliner's debut single, 'Growing Up Is Never The Fun Part'.
Emerging Irish indie-pop artist anna leah has shared her second single in the form of 'City Girls', recorded in Station studios and produced by Daniel de Burca.
The upbeat, feel-good banger is influenced by anna leah's past and present musical inspirations while managing to retain a totally fresh sound. A shift in direction for the young artist, it harks to the likes of Olivia Rodrigo, Clairo, Holly Humberstone, Lorde and Sam Fender.
anna began her musical journey on SoundCloud during lockdown, before releasing her official debut single ‘Growing Up Is Never The Fun Part'. One year on from her explosive debut, anna has now released the infectiously catchy follow up track.
Shifting gears from her singer-songwriter roots, the singer has propelled herself into the world of indie-pop, experimenting with a multitude of new sounds and genres whilst retaining her innate storytelling ability and transcendent melodies.
anna began singing at a young age and started playing the piano early in life. Her creativity has flourished since the Covid-19 lockdowns, which allowed the talent to hone her skills extensively.
'City Girls' is an observation and understanding of the trials and tribulations met with growing up and moving away from home and the potential heartache which often ensues. Questioning whether the subject explores romance with the city girls after moving away, anna's rich vocal talents offer a striking emotional depth to the song, despite its vibrant energy.
Listen to 'City Girls' below: