Liza Owen is a singer-songwriter of Cambodian descent, originally hailing from the English countryside. Not too long ago, she released an engaging visualizer for her “Getting Good” single, produced by ASL via EPIC Records.
Liza Owen – “Getting Good” music video
“I’m getting good at wasting time with my friends in neon lights. Live a lifetime in one night, I’m getting good at counting cars. Getting good at hating songs, getting good at getting gone.” – lyrics
‘Getting Good’ tells the ultimate story of self-destruction and the lengths we go to leading ourselves down the wrong paths. Also, the song explores the dualities that live inside all of us in a raw, honest, and unapologetic fashion—true to Liza Owen’s nature.
‘Getting Good’ was written alongside co-writers Julian Bunetta, Shungudzo, John Ryan, Andrew Haas, and Ian Franzino. The edgy tune contains a relatable narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the song possesses vibrant instrumentation reminiscent of early ’90s guitar-driven grunge music.
“This song is really about self-destruction and recognizing that sometimes we’re all a bit lost. It’s kind of a dark song, but there’s also a weird sense of empowerment in just owning that darker side of yourself.” – Liza Owen stated
Earlier this summer, Liza Owen released her fiery debut single, entitled, “Why Aren’t We Having Sex?” The song asked the pervasive quarantine question that’s on many people’s minds.
“WHY AREN’T WE HAVING SEX?” music video
Liza Owen spins pop upside down and all around with unfiltered lyrics, undeniable melodies, and unapologetic spirit. Breaking into the business, she initially lent her sharp lyricism to the likes of Selena Gomez and BTS as a songwriter. While on a recent writing retreat in Palm Springs with her key collaborators who also happen to be her best friends, she envisioned and enacted her next chapter, building a launchpad for a solo project.
As if guided by serendipity, she stumbled upon a pink neon sign with the words, “Why Aren’t We Having Sex?”, and used it to illuminate a Studio 54-themed party she hosted. Those words seeped into the concept of her first bold and bright banger, “Why Aren’t We Having Sex?”. Now, Owen has all the makings of a smart and subversive star, returning with her next unforgettable single, “Getting Good”.
“Getting Good” single
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