LOVEONFRIDAY just released an honest new EP titled Get Well Soon. The Houston singer pulls six tracks together that deal with introspective topics, largely around mental health issues. His emotional style is all over Get Well Soon; it's packed with complex pop melodies that have simple, relatable lyrics.
On the second track, "Friday's Room," LOVEONFRIDAY creates a particularly captivating tune. He sings about needing space to clear his mind, and dives into other minute, everyday difficulties of dealing with anxiety. The instrumental is fast-paced and carries drums that would fit in a rap track, but LOVEONFRIDAY shows that he knows how to play to his strengths: he sings with a sincere emotion that never sways throughout the project.
"I been on edge / Feeling like I'm by myself, even when I'm with my friends" he sings on "Friday's Room."
Other highlights include the Trevor Daniel-assisted "Anxiety," which sees the two friends discuss how anxiety's debilitating nature causes them to put off particular conversations. It's an honest, three minute-long anecdote whose subject matter is both hopeful and relatable.
The song's most catchy moment comes in the form of the straightforward lyrics: "at some point we've got to talk, I'd rather save it for later."