Mexx Heart Starts Over on Pretend

LGBTQ+ POC singer/songwriter Mexx Heart’s latest is a great entryway for the singer/songwriter. Here’s how Mexx describes the song.

Starting over after a particularly emotionally draining era of your life can be one of the scariest, but comforting, parts. It can be something as simple as buying a new couch because they’ve never sat in it or moving to a new place because they’ve never touched the walls. It’s not forgetting them, but erasing them in a way. It’s kind of beautiful.

I’ve been there and am, in some ways, there right now. I’ve moved on a while ago and am officially moving out in less than a month (hustle season is in full effect). But just about everything that I put in my new place, it’ll be–aside from my PS4, my TV and my cats–brand-new. And that’s awesome; a little scary, sure, but awesome. I’m loving the fact that I’ll have my own space where I can truly be me. I love the vocals here and the instrumentation. The instrumentation is simple but so effective. Check out the track below and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

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