Saya Gray Unveils 3 Fresh Tracks: Tune In
Saya Gray, the talented Japanese Canadian artist who graced us with her EP, “Qwerty,” earlier this year, has made a triumphant return to the music scene with a brand new single. Entitled “Annie, Pick a Flower.. (My House),” this track comes complete with a mesmerizing visualizer, expertly directed by Jennifer Cheng. But that’s not all – Saya has also blessed us with a pair of captivating B-sides, namely “?” and “T. T. F. G.” It’s time to immerse yourself in this musical journey.
Speaking about the inspiration behind “Annie, Pick a Flower.. (My House),” Gray revealed, “This track emerged during a challenging period when I was battling severe pneumonia, rendering me housebound for weeks on end. These songs serve as an auditory reflection of my profound connection with technology and the unintended consequences it brings – a sense of being ensnared, overwhelmed, and left empty due to the superficiality it can introduce into our relationships, artistic endeavors, and even our thoughts, all thanks to the relentless march of technological progress.”
So, fellow music aficionados and tech enthusiasts, be sure not to miss out on this musical experience. Dive into the sonic world of Saya Gray’s latest creations, and let her unique blend of artistry and commentary on technology whisk you away on a captivating journey of sound and emotion.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Saya Gray’s New Music
What is the title of Saya Gray’s new single?
The title of Saya Gray’s new single is “Annie, Pick a Flower.. (My House).”
Who directed the visualizer for the new single?
The visualizer for the new single “Annie, Pick a Flower.. (My House)” was directed by Jennifer Cheng.
Are there any additional tracks available besides the new single?
Yes, along with the single, Saya Gray has also released two B-sides: “?” and “T. T. F. G.”
What inspired Saya Gray to create “Annie, Pick a Flower.. (My House)”?
Saya Gray revealed that this song was created during a period when she was battling severe pneumonia and unable to leave her home. The track reflects her relationship with technology and explores the feelings of entrainment, overwhelm, and emptiness caused by the lack of substance in relationships, art, and thoughts due to technological advancements.