Arlo Parks is a London-based singer-songwriter with Nigerian, Chadian, and French roots. Not too long ago, she performed her “Angel’s Song” and “Super Sad Generation” singles (LIVE) during her Vevo DSCVR session.
Arlo Parks – “Angel’s Song” (Live) Vevo DSCVR “Artists to Watch” 2020
Vevo DSCVR is an annual series that highlights artists who are shaping the future of music.
One of these artists is Arlo Parks, who emerged in the spotlight in 2018 after releasing her debut single, entitled, “Cola”. Since then, she has championed an emo sound crafted for a super-sad generation of music lovers.
Check out Parks’s video performance of her “Super Sad Generation” single to further understand why Vevo included her in their DSCVR program.
Arlo Parks – “Super Sad Generation” (Live) | Vevo DSCVR “Artists to Watch” 2020
“I’m a black kid who can’t dance for sh*t, listens to emo music, and currently has a crush on some girl in my Spanish class.” – Arlo Parks
Arlo Parks struggled with her identity while growing up, and considered herself a tomboy who was super sensitive and uncool.
At the age of 17, she shaved her head and figured out that she was bisexual. Shortly afterward, she produced and wrote an album’s worth of material.
We recommend adding Arlo Parks’s “Angel’s Song” and “Super Sad Generation” singles to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.