Singer and songwriter Tessa Dixson releases the new single "Bad Thoughts." With her futuristic alt-pop sounds, the new single from the Brussels-based artist flows between the alternative world and the hypnotic pop realm.
With glacial vocals and an icy backdrop to match, "Bad Thoughts," hooks you in as soon as the first note begins. Singing "Didn't have to try, I could see through your lies," Dixson's poetic vocals emit a vulnerability that suggests she knew the pain that was being caused was going to cut deep.
Paired with a textured soundscape that showcases punchy beats and free-flowing melodies, the release also sees Dixson draw on Greek mythology for the track's visuals. Homing in on the story of the Greek goddess Medea, who choose to kill her two children as a result of her husband's affair, the track's themes solidify Dixson as versatile artist. While "Bad Thoughts" is a track about betrayal and deceit, it's one that reminds us that great art can come from pain.