Edie Yvonne, a triple threat from Los Angeles, is making waves in the indie pop scene. Edie’s new single, “In the Rain,” is a captivating aural tapestry, drenched in genuine passion and reflection.
Born out of the ashes of a heated argument, “In the Rain” is more than simply a song; it’s a heartfelt introspective meditation that draws on Edie’s tenderness. Edie made a lasting impression in the film industry with her debut in “Kitty,” starring alongside Chloe Sevigny, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.
Her subsequent performances in films like ‘Lola Girl Got a Gun’ and the highly anticipated ‘At Ease’ only serve to further demonstrate her versatility as an artist.
Edie’s musical skill is impressive throughout, but it is in “In the Rain” when we hear her at her finest. The song, set to an alternative-pop backdrop, is a melodious narrative of a person searching for peace among turbulent emotions.
Edie’s mastery of her craft is on full display in this track, which has moving harmonies, a sparse guitar arrangement, and deeply evocative lyrics.
Edie collaborated with production aces Cormak Liotta and Nicky Sweden on this beautiful song for her first album. As a consequence of working together, the tune now has an even more polished vibe, with lyrics and music that complement each other well.
“In the Rain” is a powerful reminder of the emotional upheaval that may follow direct exchanges of opinion. A ray of light shines through the gloom, a tribute to Edie’s unique ability to capture the whole range of human experience via her music.
Prepare yourself for a powerful emotional voyage as you immerse yourself in the work of Edie Yvonne, a journey where pain meets hope and contemplation leads to knowledge.
With “In the Rain,” Edie has established herself as a leading light in the indie music scene, her future bright with the promise of many more heartfelt tunes.
Could you tell us about the creative process behind “In The Rain”?
Fighting through tears, I locked myself in my room one night during a loud rainstorm and right after a difficult argument. I picked up my guitar and wrote the song. – the lyrics and music poured out swiftly.
What inspired you to create “In The Rain”?
Instead of absorbing hurtful words, I wanted to release them and process my emotions with the hope that I could try to heal the relationship.
You’ve undoubtedly developed a unique sound and style to fit into your musical journey, how does it showcase your growth and artistic evolution?
The more time I spend in the studio playing with my producers, we have been experimenting and mixing it up but also honing in on the sound and style that is distinctive.
There are Edie-isms the producers keep referencing and we are starting to really understand what that means and what those are.
Can you share the underlying message or theme that you wanted to convey through “In The Rain”?
Emotional and hopeful storytelling. Coming from a place of honesty, sadness and love.
How do you envision “In The Rain” resonating with your audience, and what impact do you hope it will have on listeners as this has the potential to become a fan-favourite. ?
I hope to share ideas about relationships, hurt, boundaries, communication and healing.
Do you have any exciting plans or projects in the pipeline? Can you give us a glimpse into what the future holds for your music?
I am currently in the studio weekly with my producers Nicky Sweden and Cormac Liotta. We are working on an album At Ease and are releasing the single On Your Mind on August 11. I am shooting a short film about mean girls and their minions and wrote the song Queen Bee to accompany the short film.
How do you navigate the challenges and opportunities that come with being an artist in today’s competitive landscape?
I am just beginning the journey. The community has been welcoming and supportive. I am taking baby steps and soaking in all of the feedback. I have an incredible support system and amazing collaborators.
Are there any other musical genres or styles that you are interested in exploring in your future releases?
I’m working on a song titled Punk Lullaby and I’m excited about leaning in that direction. On a different note, I want to collaborate with my Abuela who is a Nicaraguan opera singer and to explore a bilingual track with her.
I can also see epic, cinematic Bjork-like soundscapes in the future.