Annika Grace is a singer-songwriter based in Venice Beach, California. Not too long ago, she released a contemporary pop tune, entitled, “Psychopath.”
Annika Grace – “Psychopath” single
“Is it mad that I want you? Is it mad that I’m glad that you want me too? Maybe, I’m obsessive, I get so scared when good things start. But I’m not possessive, I just take everything to heart. Little neurotic, crazy, chaotic; is that the issue? ‘Cause I get unstable, feelings are fatal with someone new. You think I’m eccentric but it’s all self-doubt. I want to get close but I’m shutting you, shutting you, shutting you out.” – lyrics
‘Psychopath’ tells an intriguing tale about an obsessive and manic young woman whose pessimistic thinking is a direct result of her bad dating history. Apparently, she thinks everyone is a psychopath, and oftentimes, she cancels dates because she’s indecisive and doesn’t believe things will end well.
‘Psychopath’ contains a dating-based narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Evie Irie. The likable tune possesses vibrant instrumentation flavored with synth-pop and alternative elements. Furthermore, “Psychopath” serves as a tasty appetizer of what listeners can expect to hear from Annika Grace in the near future.
“I’m a little manic, I find love, and I panic.”
“I wrote ‘Psychopath’ with my good friends, Matteo Scher and Tim Friesen. We got on the topic of dating and how it can be disheartening at times. At a point, we get let down by others so much, it can be hard to recognize when something good comes along. If you’re anything like me, I can be a bit of a skeptic. This song is for anyone who found someone great but just needs a little assurance that yes, their significant other is indeed not a psychopath like your ex. Laugh out loud. And sometimes good intentions are just that.” – Annika Grace explained
Annika Grace likes writing poems and turning them (and her 2 AM thoughts) into songs. She grew up between three cities, and her music is influenced by her experiences in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. Also, she is a founder of “Saturdays at Seven,” a house concert series in Venice Beach showcasing up-and-coming artists. The series is also known as a “home for creatives to come together.” Furthermore, Grace will be releasing a poetry book, entitled, “Remedies,” late in 2021.
“I’m not possessive, I just take everything to heart.”
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