We all have ~that one friend~ that somehow manages to steer any conversation towards them and interject at any given moment. Their lips chatter, spewing a comet of verbal vomit in the hopes it resounds with someone, and in that moment they are acknowledged and somehow validated. In LA-based artist Elohim's bubbly electro-pop debut single "She Talks Too Much," she cleverly weaves a dialogue about that person. Squeaky chatter is pitched up and distorted in a sample while her voice pierces through the ether, resonating in your ears like a a comforting beam of light. Words are supposed to have meaning, words are supposed to have weight, not fill a void in conversation. Her playful lyrics perfectly capture all our sentiments about that one person, and despite their efforts, this chatty Cathy can't derail our chill. This is the first single Elohim has released, but if this single is any indication, she can talk any time and we will gladly listen with open ears.
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She Talks Too Much