Bluebiird (the musical alias of Emily Osment) is a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, the Country pop star released a stunning single, entitled, “Black Coffee Morning”.

Bluebiird – “Black Coffee Morning”

“‘Black Coffee Morning’ is the product of a short-lived relationship that was both parts wonderful and intensely disastrous. The exploration of the way a heart can bend without fully snapping is a beautiful lesson we all learn at one point in our lives. Also, the way we move around in our new knowledge of self-afterward is what makes us who we truly are.” – Bluebiird

‘Black Coffee Morning’ contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and zesty instrumentation flavored with a harmonious soundscape.

Bluebiird – “Black Coffee Morning” single

Bluebiird + Black Coffe Morning single artwork

“The production of this song came easily once we allowed the chorus to stand on its own without lyrics. Often I write in one train of thought and chop it up and place it all carefully later. I wanted big noise to be adjacent with quiet emotion, the cheering of children to come after the tameness of adulthood creeping up slowly in the verses. There is so much brass, and chaos and honesty on this track, in some ways it embodies all the things I wanted to say but couldn’t at the time. The French have a phrase for it ‘l’esprit de l’escalier’ or ‘the spirit of the staircase’ Having the right words too late.” – Bluebiird

In her other life, Emily Osment is an actress who stars in shows such as The Kominsky Method, Mom, and more.

On her debut EP, she collaborated with Zac from Death Cab for Cutie and Danny Levin, who has recorded and performed with Gary Clark Jr., Vampire Weekend, Rilo Kiley, 21 Pilots, and many more. 

For reference, her introspective indie sound fits in a groove with Phoebe Bridgers and Ella Vos. Therefore, keep a close eye on Bluebiird this year.

Bluebiird

Bluebiird press photo

“I am grateful for every lesson a new song teaches me once I find the courage to write it down. Love forms from truth and should not be used as an escape from reality. This song is about deceit. Isn’t it clever the way caffeine makes you talk?” – Bluebiird

We recommend adding Bluebiird’s “Black Coffee Morning” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.


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