21 year-old LA-based singer and songwriter haiden releases his highly anticipated new single "Sorry to Your Next Ex." Taken from his forthcoming debut EP, Can't Hurt Me, it's an introduction to the gritty songwriting from an artist on the rise.
Submerging his pop sounds into rock-leaning waters, the track explictly reminds your ex that you were too good for them (and so you should). Brimming with angst and teamed with addictive guitar melodies, the anti-love anthem is the perfect revenge single for moving on. Wading through the turmoil of post-relationship drama, "Sorry to Your Next Ex" is an intense piece of pop that speaks volumes. "Coming off the wave of my last release, I really wasn't expecting such an overwhelming response to this song," he shares of the track reaching 30k presaves after blowing up on TikTok. "If I'm being honest, I'm a bit relieved to know that this insane story resonates with them."
With his Spotify bio saying "currently being slept on" — and we agree – haiden's clean-cut sounds are about to take him stratospheric. With bulshy but upfront lyrics acting as a therapy to those who can relate to his words, and building a connection by sewing carefully selected sentences together that sum up the experiences of Gen Z globally, listeners can hear their own voices throughout his releases. A high-octane ballad turned into a raw, honest single, "Sorry To Your Next Ex" will quickly place haiden as the voice of a generation.
haiden's forthcoming debut EP Can't Hurt Me, is out later this year.