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"This song feels like a sweeter sibling to 'Sweat You Out My System' or a continuation of "Swing of Things" from 'don't kiss your friends," says May-a. "Continuing the theme of being addicted to somebody that you're not quite able to kick. The sad familiarity of a person, their house and their things, no matter how much time you spend away from them, everything feels like it goes back to that first time you were together when you see them again." "Something Familiar" heralds May-a's eagerly awaited new EP, ANALYSIS PARALYSIS. The 7-track project sees May-a continuing to explore and experiment with new sounds and experiences, highlighted on such recent singles as "LOLA," "Your Funeral," "Sweat You Out My System," all of which are joined by companion music videos. "Your Funeral" and "Sweat You Out My System" were both met by global applause upon their release this spring, with PAPER praising the latter track as "anthemic '90s-style rock... a heated breakup track, which likens a split to going cold turkey and captures all the anxiety and intensity that implies." "The new pop/rock-meets-semi-rap track brilliantly recontextualizes the indie-pop stylings fans have grown accustomed to from the Australian phenom," agreed Billboard. "May-a leans all the way in with punchy guitars and blown-out drums. Her lyricism remains top-shelf." "The self-deprecating 'Your Funeral' finds (May-a) leaning into more alt-pop-based sonics," declared Ones To Watch, "as she unpacks her relationship habits with satirical lyricism flowing above a driving beat." Tracks: 1. Something Familiar 2. Your Funeral 3. LOLA 4. Sweat You Out My System 5. ifyoulikeitlikethat 6. Guilty Conscience 7. SUPERIOR LIAR.
"This song feels like a sweeter sibling to 'Sweat You Out My System' or a continuation of "Swing of Things" from 'don't kiss your friends," says May-a. "Continuing the theme of being addicted to somebody that you're not quite able to kick. The sad familiarity of a person, their house and their things, no matter how much time you spend away from them, everything feels like it goes back to that first time you were together when you see them again." "Something Familiar" heralds May-a's eagerly awaited new EP, ANALYSIS PARALYSIS. The 7-track project sees May-a continuing to explore and experiment with new sounds and experiences, highlighted on such recent singles as "LOLA," "Your Funeral," "Sweat You Out My System," all of which are joined by companion music videos. "Your Funeral" and "Sweat You Out My System" were both met by global applause upon their release this spring, with PAPER praising the latter track as "anthemic '90s-style rock... a heated breakup track, which likens a split to going cold turkey and captures all the anxiety and intensity that implies." "The new pop/rock-meets-semi-rap track brilliantly recontextualizes the indie-pop stylings fans have grown accustomed to from the Australian phenom," agreed Billboard. "May-a leans all the way in with punchy guitars and blown-out drums. Her lyricism remains top-shelf." "The self-deprecating 'Your Funeral' finds (May-a) leaning into more alt-pop-based sonics," declared Ones To Watch, "as she unpacks her relationship habits with satirical lyricism flowing above a driving beat." Tracks: 1. Something Familiar 2. Your Funeral 3. LOLA 4. Sweat You Out My System 5. ifyoulikeitlikethat 6. Guilty Conscience 7. SUPERIOR LIAR.
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Analysis Paralysis (Ep) (Mod)
Artist: MAY-A
Format: CD
New: Available $10.98
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DISC: 1

1. Something Familiar
2. Your Funeral
3. LOLA
4. Sweat You Out My System
5. ifyoulikeitlikethat
6. Guilty Conscience
7. SUPERIOR LIAR

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"This song feels like a sweeter sibling to 'Sweat You Out My System' or a continuation of "Swing of Things" from 'don't kiss your friends," says May-a. "Continuing the theme of being addicted to somebody that you're not quite able to kick. The sad familiarity of a person, their house and their things, no matter how much time you spend away from them, everything feels like it goes back to that first time you were together when you see them again." "Something Familiar" heralds May-a's eagerly awaited new EP, ANALYSIS PARALYSIS. The 7-track project sees May-a continuing to explore and experiment with new sounds and experiences, highlighted on such recent singles as "LOLA," "Your Funeral," "Sweat You Out My System," all of which are joined by companion music videos. "Your Funeral" and "Sweat You Out My System" were both met by global applause upon their release this spring, with PAPER praising the latter track as "anthemic '90s-style rock... a heated breakup track, which likens a split to going cold turkey and captures all the anxiety and intensity that implies." "The new pop/rock-meets-semi-rap track brilliantly recontextualizes the indie-pop stylings fans have grown accustomed to from the Australian phenom," agreed Billboard. "May-a leans all the way in with punchy guitars and blown-out drums. Her lyricism remains top-shelf." "The self-deprecating 'Your Funeral' finds (May-a) leaning into more alt-pop-based sonics," declared Ones To Watch, "as she unpacks her relationship habits with satirical lyricism flowing above a driving beat." Tracks: 1. Something Familiar 2. Your Funeral 3. LOLA 4. Sweat You Out My System 5. ifyoulikeitlikethat 6. Guilty Conscience 7. SUPERIOR LIAR.
        
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