K.Flay drops subtle rock banger in new single ‘Nothing Can Kill Us’

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Emotion’s first cut from upcoming EP, ‘Outside Voice’

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K.Flay – Christine Flaherty’s stage name – has released an emotional new alt-rock single, ‘Nothing Can Kill Us’.

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The first taste of their upcoming EP ‘Outside Voice’, the new single dropped on October 15, with Flaherty saying the song was “about losing someone”.

“It’s about reflecting back on a relationship and reflecting on the feeling of invincibility while you are in it – it will last forever!!” Flaherty said in a press release. “But also embracing the immortality of your memories and the impact someone has on you.

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“A relationship can end or change, and it can hurt a lot, but nothing can destroy what it means. Nothing can ever kill it.”

A chameleon of rock ‘n’ roll, Flaherty’s new track opens with a subtle acoustic riff, working up to an eclectic mix of synthesized beats and magical effects, with the singer showcasing versatility in her unique vocals.

Listen to ‘Nothing Can Kill Us’ below:

“Outside Voice” is slated for release on November 19 via BMG. It follows the release of another EP, ‘Inside Voice’, which dropped earlier this year. The artist’s sixth EP, ‘Inside Voice’ features collaborations with the likes of Travis Barker and Tom Morello.

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Who did Flaherty talk to – less than two years after his third studio album, “Solution,” came out after the release of ‘Inside Voice’ Granthshala About the change in her voice and how she coped with Trump living in America. “I wanted to try to find optimism and hope,” she said. “I really wanted to create this sonic world that felt uplifting.”

The Los Angeles musician further explained that ‘Inside Voice’ was intended to turn female vulnerability into anger, joining alt-rock and pop punk of the 90s to achieve this. “Half the battle in life is just giving yourself the license to do anything,” Flaherty said.

“I wanted to see if I could be vulnerable and confrontational at the same time.”

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