Sydney, Australia musician Yen Strange has shared a new visual for her song "Easy Way Out". Following up her evocative recent single "Clueless in Suburbia", her latest offering alludes to a toxic relationship, and realizing too late that there are no quick fixes to the chronic misery. The track flows seamlessly from understated tones to pulsating and darkly synth-driven textures resulting in a cathartic listening experience. Accompanied by a dream-like new visual directed by Strange herself, "Easy Way Out" is an emotive and engaging release from the alt-pop artist.
"Easy Way Out" opens with haunting synth lines drifting atop punchy, infectious percussion. As driving bass enters beneath, Strange delivers a series of poignant, memorable verses detailing toxic relationships and their many ramifications. The track culminates in a powerful ear-worm chorus that finds the synths building in layers as her vocals soar above, making for a dynamic listen. Accompanied by a surreal, nocturnal video that enhances the track's dream-like feel, Strange presents a cohesive package of sharp songwriting, relatable content, and evocative visuals with this offering.
The latest from Australia's Yen Strange, "Easy Way Out" showcases her eclectic alt-pop sound, and has us excited for a longer project from the artist.